The main consideration that the company expects the payments of a derailment to be a general unblocking of all claims that the employee may have against the known or unknown company. This language of publication will be quite long and will endeavour to cover all liabilities, claims, promises, means of redress, legal actions or legal actions, against the company and its executives, directors, shareholders, employees, subsidiaries, parent companies, affiliates, successors and beneficiaries of the transfer. The publication will often outline a number of specific potential claims that will be released, including age discrimination rights, disability discrimination, violations of the Civil Rights Act, violations of the Family Leave and Medical Leave Act, rights to irregular termination and so on. The company`s objective is to be free from any possible liability to the employee. Once the employee has signed the severance contract, various rights are permanently waived. You should first save important data, for example. B when you`ve been settled, when you`ve received a performance return and if you`ve been told you`re losing your job. Then fill in the names of the people you hired, monitored, worked and fired. Then write down what was said and the reason for your resignation.
When you`re done, you have someone you trust but don`t work with you, read what you`ve written to make sure someone else knows. If you are satisfied with the check-in, place it in a safe place. Never give your copy to anyone else. If you need the information, create a copy for them. You are the only one who knows if you are probably in a competitive position with your former employer. All you know is that non-competition and confidentiality agreements are extremely valuable and are probably worth more than a month`s salary. Ask for more if you think you can continue to work without violating the agreement. If you think you can`t find a job or start your own business, you should “absorb” the loss of a few months` salary in exchange for maintaining your freedom of action after employment. An employer must pay the worker for earned, run but not used leave (if he has such a directive) and the usual expenses incurred before separation (again subject to his policy), even if the worker does not sign a separation contract. But if you think you are the victim of your employer`s illegal behaviour, or if your severance package contains a considerable amount of severance pay and benefits, it`s probably worth checking your agreement with a lawyer.