You are being notified more than 60 days in advance of your layoff. Therefore, your employer is in compliance with WARN. Your FMLA leave has nothing to do with this calculation. I hope this clarifies things for you, and I wish you the very best in your search for new employment.
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The WARN Act only requires 60 days notice to you. FMLA protects your job while you're on leave. It does not protect your job when you return.
In short, then, the answer to your question is: Yes, the WARN notice can be provided while you're on FMLA leave.
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Your WARN notice period is not extended by your FMLA leave.
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Yes, it is not against the law to lay off an employee while he/she is out on FMLA leave UNLESS the reason is BECAUSE of the leave. If you would have been laid off regardless of your leave or the reason for the leave, you can be laid off while out on FMLA leave.Ask a similar question