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Serious insight for serious situations.

Serious insight for serious situations.

What makes a severance negotiation successful?

I recently concluded a severance negotiation for a client.  It went very smoothly and efficiently, with my employee client satisfied with the result.  He avoided wrongful dismissal litigation, and, after a lengthy employment relationship with his employer, he managed to leave on good terms.  Not every negotiation ends this way.  I don’t think that the

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I’ve been fired, now what?

Whether you’ve been “let go”, “discharged”, “dismissed” or “permanently laid off”, the end result is that you’re facing the uncertainty accompanied with losing one’s job. Given that this is a difficult, and often emotional time for employees, many may not recognize their rights and obligations upon termination. In that regard, the following is a list

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How to Tweet Your Way to Termination

Paris Brown was a pioneer for her generation, becoming the first youth police and crime commissioner for Kent in Britain on April 3, 2013. More than 160 young people vied for the position that sought to bridge the gap between teenagers and the police. Paris, who essentially became a pseudo-cop, underwent a background check as

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