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The Millville Dallas Airmotive Plant Job Loss Notification Act, otherwise referred to as the New Jersey WARN Act (“NJ WARN Act”), requires employers of 100 or more full-time employees to provide advanced notice to terminated employees prior to certain events such as plant closings, operational transfers or terminations, and mass layoffs.  The New Jersey Senate Commerce Committee recently approved a bill that seeks to increase the NJ WARN Act’s prenotification period and require severance pay to affected employees in qualifying terminations.

The current New Jersey Warn Act requires qualifying employers to provide written notice to all affected employees not less than 60 days before the first termination in connection with certain terminations or transfers of operations and mass layoffs.  If the employer fails to provide proper notice, the employer must provide those terminated employees which severance pay equal to one week’s compensation for each full year of the employee’s employment.

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