WARN Letter To Government Officials (Template)

July 02, 2018 by Aley Brown

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So, your organization has decided to have a reduction event. What’s next?

Well, depending on the size of your event, you might need to send a warn notice letter to your government official.

Click here for information on whether or not your reduction event has to be reported under the WARN Act.

If your organization does have to report under the regulations set out in the WARN Act, you are now responsible for sending a WARN notice not only to your employees, but also to your selected government official.

According to the US Department of Labor, “The employer must also provide notice to the State dislocated worker unit and to the chief elected official of the unit of local government in which the employment site is located.”

Here is the information you should provide to your government official:

  • Date of event
  • Company Name
  • Type of Event
  • Number of employees affected
  • List of the positions that are affected
  • Union information
  • HR Contact Information

You can download our template to send to your government official with the button below:

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