When employers conduct plant closings or large-scale layoffs, federal law requires them to give employees a certain amount of advanced notice. State laws impose similar requirements; some go further and require employers to pay a small severance, continue health benefits for a brief period, and so on.
Will a Lawyer Take Your Case if You Were Laid Off or RIF'ed?
You may have a wrongful termination case even if you were laid off.
Laid Off or RIF'ed: Do You Need a Lawyer?
You might have legal claims even if your employer laid you off or let you go in a reduction-in-force (RIF).
Layoffs and Plant Closings: Know Your Rights
Learn when laid-off workers have the right to final checks, severance, unemployment, and advance warning—including notice of mass layoffs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
State Laws on Mass Layoffs and Plant Closings
Federal and state law provide protections for employees who lose their jobs in a plant closing or mass layoff.
Layoff Rights for Pennsylvania Employees
When a Pennsylvania employer closes a plant or conducts a large layoff, employees have certain rights.
Texas Notice Requirements for Layoffs
Unfortunately for employees, no law prohibits employers – including those in Texas -- from closing a plant or laying off workers. However, employees who lose their jobs may have some
Layoff Rights for Virginia Employees
Virginia employees who lose their jobs in a layoff or plant closing may have some notice rights.
Have you recently lost your job in a layoff or plant closing? If so, you should know your rights.
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