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    Outline the provisions of the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN) of 1988 stating its rules, liabilities, and loopholes. Discuss the reasons why this act was considered a giant step in protecting both workers and public interest.

    At least 200 words with references in APA format.

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    Outline the provisions of the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN) of 1988 stating its rules, liabilities, and loopholes. Discuss the reasons why this act was considered a giant step in protecting both workers and public interest.
    At least 200 words with references in APA format.

    The WARN act came into effect from February 4, 1989.
    Rules:
    WARN provides protection to workers and their families. Under WARN employers have to provide 60 days prior notice in case of plant closure and layoffs.
    1. WARN covers employers who have 100 or more employees.
    2. It does not cover employees who have worked less than 6 months
    3. It does not cover those who work less than 20 hours a week.
    4. Private employers are covered under WARN
    5. Regular government bodies are not covered under WARN
    6. WARN covers hourly and salaried workers as well as managerial and supervisory employees.
    7. WARN does not cover business partners` .
    8. Notice is ...

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    The paper outlines the rules, liabilities and loop holes of WARn and also offers the reasons why WARN is such a giant step in regulations for employees

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