Wood-Mode Employee Termination Lawsuit Investigation
If you were laid off without prior notice, you may be entitled to recovery
Our employment attorneys are investigating a lawsuit on behalf of employees of Wood-Mode, Inc. who were terminated without advance notice from the company’s factory in Kreamer, Pennsylvania on May 13, 2019.
Worked for Wood-Mode?
You may be owed compensation, including back pay and benefits. Contact us for a free consultation.
Wood-Mode Terminates Employees With No Notice
Wood-Mode, a maker of customer wood cabinetry and the largest employer in Snyder County, laid off nearly 1,000 workers. Wood-Mode’s actions may violate the WARN Act, which provides protections for terminated employees. Under the WARN Act, most employers with 100 or more employees must provide notification 60 calendar days in advance of closing a plant or conducting mass layoffs. If Wood-Mode violated the WARN Act, employees may be entitled to compensation, including back pay and benefits.
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