How does it work when you have a warn letter and employment goes past the date on this letter?

The first warn letter we were given stated employment would end at the end of this month. I was given another warn letter extending the employment out until the end of June. There was nothing signed, it was just a letter handed over. If I choose to not continue my employment would I still qualify for the severance and dislocated workers benefits as part of the original lay off date? I understand there may be a time issue anymore, the idea is however, that they may extend us out again. So, if they were to extend us out again, would I have to agree with it to get those benefits out of the layoff?
Thank you for your help :)

0 answers  |  asked Mar 30, 2011 9:11 PM [EST]  |  applies to Wisconsin

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