While the Federal WARN Act only applies to employers with 100 or more full-time employees, the Illinois WARN Act is stricter. You are entitled to receive notice if:

Illinois employers are required to provide notice to:

If your employer violates the WARN Act  your employer may be held liable for back pay, the value of lost benefits, and a penalty of up to $500 for each day the notice was late. The Illinois Department of Labor has the right to examine the books and records of an employer in connection with an investigation.

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