Unless the franchise agreement required notice or this is a business with a great deal of employees (to be covered under separate federal law), an employer is not required to provide notice, severance, or anything other than earned pay due which must be paid in the time as required under your state law.
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If it is a privately held company without ownership interest maintained partly (like a co-op), yes, it can be closed without notice to the employees.
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If the franchise employees more than 100 employees it is likely covered by the federal WARN Act which requires employers to provide 60 day notice before closing.
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It depends on a number of things, including the size of the business and the circumstances. Under the federal WARN Act, certain business are supposed to give employees advance notice of a closing. However, there are exceptions. You should consult an experienced employment attorney in your area.
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