New York WARN: Applies to Employers with as Few as 50 Employees, Covers Layoffs Involving as Few as 25 Employees at a Single Site, and Requires 90 Days' Notice


Effective February 1, 2009, New York will join the growing number of states that have supplemented federal notification requirements for large layoffs. However, unless technical corrections to the new statute are made, complying with the requirements of NY WARN will be confusing and difficult especially when the requirements of Fed WARN are taken into account.

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