WARN Act Exceptions in Response to COVID-19

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The Governor of California has issued Executive Order N-31-20.

April 13, 2020
Yvette Davis & Kyle R. DiNicola - Haight Brown & Bonesteel

California’s WARN Act requires employers of certain covered establishments to provide 60 days written notice of any mass layoff, relocation, or termination. This notice is required to be given to employees and the Employment Development Department. An employer’s failure to comply with this requirement can result in being held liable for back-pay and value of the cost of any benefits to which the affected employee(s) may have been entitled for up to a maximum of 60 days.

Due to the COVID-19 crisis and emergency circumstances in which many employers now find themselves, the Governor of California has issued Executive Order N-31-20, which temporarily suspends the 60-days advance notice requirement and the provisions that impose liability and penalties on an employer for the duration of the COVID-19 emergency.

Reprinted courtesy of Yvette Davis, Haight Brown & Bonesteel and Kyle R. DiNicola, Haight Brown & Bonesteel
Ms. Davis may be contacted at ydavis@hbblaw.com
Mr. DiNicola may be contacted at kdinicola@hbblaw.com



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