This Comment uses a fictional community and company to examine the WARN Act, which requires certain employers to give advance notice to workers of a planned mass layoff or plant closing. The author begins by looking at the WARN Act itself and how a company can comply with the act's requirements. The author also discusses the ambiguities of the WARN Act and how these ambiguities should be resolved. The author concludes by recommending several amendments that Congress should make to the WARN Act in order to make it more "user friendly".
Tonya M. Cross,
Failure to WARN: A Proposal that the WARN Act Provide a Compensatory, Make-While Remedy for UnWARNed Employees,
San Diego L. Rev.
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