WARN site:

‘WARN’ email: (note: could just be for receiving WARN data)

Website feedback google form: (in case the other email isnt useful)

Email sent to Aug 6, 2021

Hi, I’m emailing on behalf of Stanford’s Big Local News project. We’re trying to increase journalists’ access to WARN data, and we had a question about Colorado’s WARN data. In comparing your 2021 data with previous years, I’m wondering if ‘layoff total’ in the archived data (2015-2019) represents a sum of the ‘permanent layoffs’, ‘temporary layoffs’, and ‘furloughs’ columns in the 2021 data. Would that be a fair assessment? Thanks for your help! (P.S: if you happen to have any data for Colorado before 2015, that would be nice to have!)

Response Received:

Thank you for your question. You are correct. The Total layoffs from 2015-2019 includes all permanent, temporary and furloughs reported under WARN for those years. We evolved the data as time progressed and we better understood the data needs of the public.