June 18, 2020

WARN Act and Vermont Unemployment Issues

When the WARN Act applies and changes to Vermont Unemployment

In his presentation, Labor and Employment attorney Ben Traverse provides an overview of the federal WARN Act, Vermont’s “mini-WARN” and specific changes to Vermont’s unemployment system. Key questions Ben tackles include:

  1. If your business experiences a mass layoff event, does the WARN Act apply?
  2. Are employees still eligible for unemployment benefits if they decline to come back to work due to COVID-19 related issues?
  3. How is your business is charged for unemployment benefits during this time?

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