This week, we explain how New Jersey’s WARN Act (officially known as the “Millville Dallas Airmotive Plant Job Loss Notification Act”) is set to become the strictest and most punitive in the nation.
New Jersey’s WARN Act to Become Strictest in Nation
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has signed into law a set of state WARN Act amendments that take effect on April 10, 2023. The amendments impose a mandatory severance pay scheme and eliminate the former standard of requiring one-third of the full-time workforce at the worksite to be impacted for the statute to be triggered. Attorney Marc Mandelman tells us more.
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