Former Tesla employees
are suing the EV manufacturer, claiming that the recent mass layoffs violated federal law
The ex-Tesla workers believe
that the company did not provide the advanced notice required by the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act
Bloomberg and Daxton Hartsfield
from Giga Nevada claim that the company did not fulfill the 60-day notification requirement under the WARN Act.
According to the federal law,
employers “shall not order a plant closing or mass layoff until the end of a 60-day period after the employer serves written notice of such an order.”
They filed a lawsuit against
Tesla on Sunday in Texas federal court. Lynch and Hartsfield claim they did not receive advanced notice of termination
Lynch and Hartsfield are seeking
a class-action lawsuit against Tesla on behalf of other workers who were part of the company’s mass layoffs in May and June.
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