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Layoffs Accelerate As Employers Struggle with Record Inflation

As the economy continues to struggle amidst the ravages of 40-year-high inflation, employers are finding it increasingly difficult to maintain their current staffing levels. While the tech industry has been the epicenter for layoffs thus far, a growing number of industries are being affected as well, including banking, financial, and legal services, and media outlets. … Continue Reading

Parent And Subsidiary Corporations Were A Single Employer For Purposes Of WARN Act

Childress v. Darby Lumber, Inc., 357 F.3d 1000 (9th Cir. 2004) Darby Lumber, Inc. (DLI) operated as a lumber mill and manufactured, marketed, and sold finished lumber. DLI owned 100 percent of the stock of Bob Russell Construction (BRC). During the 12 months prior to BRC’s closure, DLI employed 88 employees, each with more than … Continue Reading
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