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Question:  Where is the "single site" of an office whose employees travel...regions—for example, salespersons?

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Q: Where is the "single site" of an office whose employees travel widely within large geographic regions—for example, salespersons?

A: For workers whose primary duties require travel from point to point, who are outstationed, or whose primary duties involve work outside any of the employer's regular employment sites (for example, railroad workers, bus drivers, or salespersons), the single site of employment to which they are assigned as their home base, from which their work is assigned, or to which they report will be the single site in which they are covered for WARN purposes.


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