Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 110 Part 6.djvu/598

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110 STAT. 4420 CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—APR. 16, 1996 (2) To the employing office that requested the test; (3) To a court, governmental agency, arbitrator, or mediator that obtains a court order. (b) Information acquired from a polygraph test may be disclosed by the employing office to an appropriate governmental agency without a court order where, and only insofar as, the information disclosed is an admission of criminal conduct. 5. If any of your rights or protections under the law are violated, you have the right to take action against the employing office by filing a request for counseling with the Office of Compliance under section 402 of the Congressional Accountability Act. Employing offices that violate this law are liable to the affected examinee, who may recover such legal or equitable relief as may be appropriate, including, but not limited to, employment, reinstatement, and promotion, pa3Tnent of lost wages and benefits, and reasonable costs, including attorney's fees. 6. Your rights under the CAA may not be waived, either voluntarily or involuntarily, by contract or otherwise, except as part of a written settlement to a pending action or complaint under the CAA, and agreed to and signed by the parties. I acknowledge that I have received a copy of the above notice, and that it has been read to me. (Date) (Signature) APPLICATION OF RIGHTS AND PROTECTIONS OF THE WORKER ADJUSTMENT RETRAINING AND NOTIFICATION ACT OF 1988 (IMPLEMENTING SECTION 204 OF THE CAA) Sec. 639.1 Purpose and scope. 639.2 What does WABN require? 639.3 Definitions. 639.4 Who must give notice? 639.5 When must notice be given? 639.6 Who must receive notice? 639.7 What must the notice contain? 639.8 How is the notice served? 639.9 When may notice be given less than 60 days in advance? 639.10 When may notice be extended? 639.11 [Reserved]. § 639.1 Purpose and scope (a) PURPOSE OF WARN AS APPLIED BY THE CAA.—Section 205 of the Congressional Accountability Act, Public Law 104-1 ("CAA"), provides protection to covered employees and their families by requiring employing offices to provide notification 60 csdendar days in advance of office closings and mass layoffs within the meaning of section 3 of the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act of 1988, 29 U.S.C. §2102. Advance notice provides workers and their families some treinsition time to adjust to the prospective loss of employment, to seek and obtain alternative jobs and, if necessary, to enter skill training or retraining that will allow these workers to successfully compete in the job market. As used in these regulations, WARN shall refer to the provisions of WARN applied to covered employing offices by section 205 of the CAA. (b) SCOPE OF THESE REGULATIONS.—T hese regulations are issued by the Board of Directors, Office of Compliance, pursuant to sections 205(c) and 304 of the CAA, which directs the Board to promulgate regulations implementing section 205 that are "the same as substantive regulations promulgated by the Secretary of Labor to implement the statutory provisions referred to in subsection (a) [of section 205 of the CAA] except insofar as the Board