What Does a Furlough Mean for Your Employment Rights During the Coronavirus Crisis?

Friday, April 10, 2020

David Barron was quoted in Getaka discussing the difference between being furloughed and being laid off. “A furlough is not a separation of employment. They are still actively employed so it’s usually a shorter period of time, like two weeks or four weeks and typically employees would retain their benefits,” said David.

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