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Bay Area Layoffs in 2010: See the Data

Nearly 45,000 workers at large Bay Area firms received layoff notices in 2009 and 2010, according to records on-file with the California Employment Development Department under the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification, or WARN, Act. Every company with at least 75 employees working either full or part time must give the state at least 60 days notice of any planned layoffs or plant closures. Layoffs are listed under the city where the work was performed, not under the location of the company's headquarters. Source: California's Employment Development Department

2010 Layoffs by County and Company

 

See the Data: Every Bay Area layoff in 2010, for companies with over 75 employees.
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