Worker Adjustment And Retraining Notification (WARN) Act

Worker Adjustment And Retraining Notification (WARN) Act,

What is The Definition of Worker Adjustment And Retraining Notification (WARN) Act?

  • Federal laws designed to give workers more time to find another job before (1) plant closure, (2) collective leave or (3) total leave. The law applies to the private sector or non-profit companies with at least 100 full-time employees and applies to hourly and salaried employees, including those in administrative and regulatory positions. However, this does not apply to (1) employees who work less than 6 months and (2) employees who work less than 20 hours a week.

    Many states have their own versions of WARN laws that change federal law. The state version is generally more liberal than the federal version. For example, the state version can be applied to smaller companies or part-time employees.

    Most professional labor liability (EPL) policies exclude undeclared coverage of claims under Warren, although they largely cover the defense costs associated with those claims. The reason for this exception is that the claim is under the control of the insurers so it can be avoided.

Literal Meanings of Worker Adjustment And Retraining Notification (WARN) Act

Worker:

Meanings of Worker:
  1. People who do a certain kind of work or work in a certain way

  2. Someone who specially creates or performs something.

  3. (In the case of social insects such as flies, wasps, ants and termites) A ‚Äč‚Äčneutral or backward woman who is a member of the largest caste and performs the basic functions of the colony.

Sentences of Worker
  1. An agricultural worker

  2. A miracle worker

  3. Polybia ace Datles workers engage in social biting with their nest mates.

Adjustment:

Meanings of Adjustment:
  1. Get the fit, appearance, or result you want with minor modifications or gestures.

Sentences of Adjustment
  1. I have made some adjustments in my diet

Synonyms of Adjustment

adapting, habituating, inurement, assimilating, accommodation, reconciliation, accustoming, habituation, acclimatization, adaptation, naturalization, accommodating, familiarization, harmonization, acculturation, assimilation

And:

Meanings of And:
  1. It is used to connect words to a single part of a language, clause or phrase that must be included.

  2. It is used to indicate intention after some verb and before other verb instead of "to".

  3. Boolean operator who returns if and only if all the work is the same and zero.

Synonyms of And

as well as, with, also, together with, in addition to, added to, and, including, too, coupled with, besides, along with, not to mention

Retraining:

Meanings of Retraining:
  1. Teach (someone) a new skill that will allow you to do different things.

Sentences of Retraining
  1. Help recycle long-term unemployment

Synonyms of Retraining

restore to normality, reintegrate, retrain, readapt, restore to health

Notification:

Meanings of Notification:
  1. The act of telling someone or something.

Sentences of Notification
  1. We have not received an official notification about the ad

Synonyms of Notification

warning, informing, alerting, telling, apprising

WARN:

Meanings of WARN:
  1. Advise someone in advance about a danger, problem or nearby or potentially uncomfortable situation.

Sentences of WARN
  1. Her father had warned her what could happen

Synonyms of WARN

apprise, tell, alert, give a warning to, put someone on guard, remind, put someone on notice, inform, make someone aware, give fair warning to, let someone know, forewarn, give notice, notify

Act:

Meanings of Act:
  1. Play fictional roles in theater, film or television production.

  2. The written rules of Congress or other legislatures form the law.

  3. The main part of a drama, ballet or opera.

Sentences of Act
  1. He called on Washington to act

  2. They follow the person who is acting suspiciously

  3. Blood samples are tested to see how the drug works in the body.

Synonyms of Act

exploit, transform, performance, alter, gesture, law, posture, front, manoeuvre, exert influence on, go ahead, requirement, influence, edict, impact on, venture, dictum, undertaking, rule, commandment, play, facade, take the initiative, affect, control, have an impact on, ordinance