On February 24, 2021, Fry’s Electronics announced they were shutting down operations permanently. Our employment lawyers are investigating whether Fry’s gave employees enough notice under the Federal WARN Act.
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Fry's Electronics shuts down operations, closes business permanently
According to CNET, Fry’s announced on February 24, 2021 it was beginning its “wind-down” process and had stopped its normal operations after operating for nearly 36 years.
The Fry’s chain had 31 stores in 9 different states.
If Fry’s employees didn’t receive advance notice of mass layoffs, they may be entitled to collect penalties.
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