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  • Mini WARN Compliance Hawaii Maryland

    We MAY have to layoff 9 MD employees and 3 HI employees. It could be a temporary layoff, but the issue with that even, is we wouldn't know an expected return date at the time of layoff. Should I contact the state just as due dilligence to let them know of the situation? We are contacting the employees to inform them of the possibility.

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    See here http://www.doleta.gov/programs/factsht/warn.htm


    The employer must also provide notice to the State dislocated worker unit and to the chief elected official of the unit of local government in which the employment site is located.

    And here http://www.dllr.state.md.us/employme...atedworker.htm


    If you are just laying off a total of 12 employees, you don't fall under WARN.

    The above info is for Maryland.

    You can find info on Hawaii here http://clear.uhwo.hawaii.edu/laws2.html
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      I knew we didnt fall under WARN, federally. I was just concerned about the Mini WARN laws that the states have. Thank you for your information.

      Originally posted by ElleMD View Post
      See here http://www.doleta.gov/programs/factsht/warn.htm


      The employer must also provide notice to the State dislocated worker unit and to the chief elected official of the unit of local government in which the employment site is located.

      And here http://www.dllr.state.md.us/employme...atedworker.htm


      If you are just laying off a total of 12 employees, you don't fall under WARN.

      The above info is for Maryland.

      You can find info on Hawaii here http://clear.uhwo.hawaii.edu/laws2.html

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