Working Solutions NYC is a team of employment law attorneys working in New York City and New Jersey. The firm is proud to announce an informative interview on employee rights during layoffs.
NEW YORK, NY, November 23, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Working Solutions NYC, a team of employment attorneys working on severance, FMLA, and unpaid wages issues in New York and New Jersey at https://www.workingsolutionsnyc.com/, is proud to announce an informative interview on the rights employees may have during layoffs.
“With economic turbulence, many employees are fearing layoffs and many employers are tempted to unscrupulously use layoffs in illegal ways,” explained Chris Q. Davis, managing partner at the law firm. “My interview on CBS news explains some of the basics such as notification requirements during a mass layoff, and the illegality of discrimination due to race, sex, gender, and other factors under the guise of a layoff.”
Persons who would like to read the interview can read it at https://www.cbsnews.com/news/unemployment-insurance-severance-pay-lay … er-rights/. Here’s an important, edited excerpt: “If a job loss is a result of an entire facility closing — for example, if a company shuts down a manufacturing plant, resulting in widespread layoffs — the company must provide at least 60 days’ notice under The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act.” Persons who want to learn more about New York’s law can visit https://dol.ny.gov/worker-adjustment-and-retraining-notification-warn. WARN requires covered businesses to provide early warnings of closures and layoffs to all affected employees, employee representatives, the Department of Labor, and Local Workforce Development Boards.
Persons who believe that they have been a victim of a wrongful termination (for any reason) in New York or New Jersey can read a more practical information piece at the law firm website at https://www.workingsolutionsnyc.com/for-employees/wrongful-termination/. That page explains some of the basics on so-called “wrongful termination.” Even better, interested persons can reach out to an employment attorney in New York or New Jersey for a free, no obligation consultation on the website. The law firm offers confidential analysis to any employee who believes that they have been illegally terminated. In some cases, it may be possible to pursue legal action. But only a trained, licensed attorney can offer such a consultation and provide advice based on the facts and the law. With law firm offices in New York, NY, and Livingston, NJ, the law firm makes it easy for persons in New York or New Jersey to learn their employment rights. With online and phone interviews, any resident of New York or New Jersey is encouraged to reach out to learn more.
ABOUT WORKING SOLUTIONS NYC
Working Solutions NYC is a law firm with offices in New York (New York City) and New Jersey that is committed to serving the possible needs of clients who are seeking an attorney. This includes but is not limited to claims of discrimination, retaliation, FMLA violations, wrongful termination, benefits & vacation pay, FLSA violations such as unpaid & overtime wages, severance agreements, and sexual harassment. For employers, the law firm handles issues such as litigation defense, handbook & contract drafting, compliance & HR advisory services, small business services, and startup services. Persons who may have employment law issues are encouraged to reach out to the law firm for a confidential, no obligation consultation.
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