By: Lisa M. Watanabe
The recent holiday shopping season was not so merry and bright for a number of U.S. retailers due to price discounts, stagnant wage growth and low consumer spending. The disappointing results have prompted several retailers to close their stores and announce layoffs. Employers considering such an action should familiarize themselves with the federal Worker Adjustment and Retaining Notification (WARN) Act and related state laws that require employers to provide notice in advance of any closings or layoffs. The following is a brief overview of those ...
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