How Much Notice Does an Employer Have to Give to an Employee for Store Closing?

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Generally speaking, an employer should have a few month's warning that their business is going to be closing. The employer should tell all employees as soon as the decision to close is made. This is only fair since the employee wasn't expecting to be jobless and will need time to make other arrangements for income.
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