I am sorry to hear of your difficult situation.
Under the WARN Act, you must be provided at least 60 days notice of a mass lay-off typically.
Here is a link that provides more information on that:
In addition, you would typically be eligible for unemployment benefits if you are laid off and should apply immediately if that occurs.
You would normally be eligible for COBRA insurance as well for up to 18 months in order to continue your health insurance at your expense.
I would retain all communications from the employer with regard to the potential layoff so you have evidence to present if necessary in a legal proceeding, including your application for unemployment.
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