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  • Baby Warn Act NY New York

    I am looking for the NY state WARN Act info.

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    See the Connecticut post.
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      New York "WARN" (If you want to call it that - state layoff/plant closing law)
      When law applies: - 1) Plant closing: Permanent or temporary shutdown of a single site or one or more facilities or operating units within a single site which results in job loss for at least 25 full-time employees during any 30 day period. (If shutdown caused job losses at other sites, they also count toward the 25.) 2) Substantial layoff: Reduction in workforce (not due to shutdown) at a single site which results in job loss for at least 33% full-time and 50 part-time employees or 500 full-time employees during any 30 day period. 3) Any company making a business takeover offer .

      Notification Requirements - Company making offer must file a registration statement with the attorney general's New York City office and with the target company disclosing plans for plant closures or major changes in employment policies.

      State Assistance for employees: The DOL, in coordination with the Dept. of Economic Development and the dislocated worker unit, provides rapid response services after a plant closure, including on-site intervention within 48 hrs.; basic emergency readjustment services; information about retraining, unemployment ins., and technical assistance.

      The Job Development Authority encourages employees of plants that are about to be closed or relocated to continue to operate them as employee-owned enterprises; state assistance is available.
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