- Let Us Help
- Notice Requirements
- Benefits of Rapid Response
- Assistance to Employees
- Job Loss Due to Foreign Trade
- Health Insurance Considerations
- Environmental Considerations
Tools and Resources
- State Law Overview
- Federal WARN Act Resources
- Sample Notice Letters
- Workforce Development Boards
- Resources for Workforce Professionals
- Rapid Response Fact Sheet (.pdf)
- Rapid Response Roadmap (.pdf)
- Rapid Response Roadmap (Spanish) (.pdf)
Considering or Experiencing Layoffs? Let Us Help
If you are an employer considering or experiencing a business closing or downsizing, contact the State’s Dislocated Worker Program for rapid response assistance. The state’s rapid response coordinators can help you navigate through this difficult process by connecting you with appropriate state and local contacts, identifying resources that can help your company and workers, and helping with the development and implementation of a transition strategy.
Services are tailored to best meet the company’s and workers’ needs and, because they are funded through the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (WIA), they are offered at no cost to you or your workers. It is never too soon to contact us. Our early involvement is key to helping workers prepare to re-enter the workforce as quickly and seamlessly as possible.
Contact us by either calling 608-266-7406 or emailing the Dislocated Worker Unit. Communications will be confidential.
Federal and state statutes require employers to provide advance written notice of a business closing or workforce reduction in certain situations.