WARN Act Notices – Second Quarter of 2023
The federal Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act requires employers in the United States with 100 or more full time employees to provide 60-day notice in advance of mass layoffs or plant closings. The WARN Act applies to full-time workers and provides workers with time to prepare for the transition between the jobs they currently hold and new jobs.
States such as California, New York and others maintain their own state level WARN Acts, requiring additional employer obligations, which you can read more about at our WARN act page.
CA WARN Notices – April, May and June 2023
The California Employment Development Department (EDD) maintains a list of warn notices it has received. You can download the list for the current year or previous years. In the second quarter of 2023, California received 135 notices affecting more than 23,000 workers. California has additional requirements for WARN acts compared to the federal law.
Below is a list of WARN notices in Q2 2023, by received date, for the dates April 1st through July 30th, 2023, sorted by number of employees across all notices for the same employer (min. 100), as of 8/22/23:
NY Notices – April, May and June (Q2 2023)
New York state maintains a list of WARNnotices it has received. You can view the database online. They do not list the number of employees affected, but you can view this data by opening each individual notice.
New York has a state WARN act which adds possible benefits including 90 days of notice compared to the federal rules for 60 days. Below is a list of employers submitting notices in Q2 2023:
Washington Notices – April, May and June (Q2 2023)
Washington state maintains a list of warn notices, which you can review online. In the first quarter of 2023, Washington posted notices affecting 10,536 workers.
Below is a list of employers submitting notices in Q2 2023 (min 20, by # of workers):
Oregon Notices – April, May and June (Q2 2023)
Oregon maintains a list of warn notices including notice date, employer, and number of employees affected. Below is a list of employers submitting notices in Q2 2023 (min 25):
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