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Question:  What obligations do I have to give notice when there is an established bumping rights system?

Date Added:  3/1/2012 3:08:22 PM Hits:  539
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Where there is no union, the employer must attempt to identify the individuals who will finally lose their jobs as a result of the bumping system. If the employer cannot reasonably identify these workers, it must give notice to the incumbent workers in the jobs being eliminated. When providing notice to a union representative, it is not necessary for the employer to identify bumpees. The employer must, however, identify the positions affected by the closing or mass layoff.


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