This post was contributed by Heather Johnson, who writes on the subject of video production manager. This is Heather's second post to my site. Her first article, regarding employee complaints, can be found here. She invites your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org. Some of my own comments follow Heather's article. Thanks again Heather. It’s not something that.Read more
Sometimes a reader's comment is so on target that it's worth its own post. Fellow attorney Michael Moore of Russell, Krafft & Gruber, LLP, in Lancaster, PA, sent me the following comment concerning my December 2, 2007, post "Response to Reader's Questions Regarding Severance.Read more
Ritu Anand of GE India sent me the below questions concerning my October 28, 2007, post concerning severance and separation agreements.
Hi Charles ,
Thanks for throwing light on this subject ! However, I have a few doubts and would appreciate.Read more
One topic I get a lot of questions about is severance and separation agreements. Generally, severance refers to giving an exiting employee a monetary bonus or settlement above and beyond their regular compensation. A separation agreement usually refers to an agreement wherein the exiting employee promises not to sue, file a regulatory agency complaint, take business.Read more
In response to my July 6, 2007, post concerning a prospective client' s questions regarding employee severance and separation agreements, Pennsylvania employment attorney Michael Moore posted the following comment:
Your comment about "precedent" is right on point for a number of reasons. First, even if your separation agreement includes a confidentiality clause, the information. Read more