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Your Severance Agreement-"Don't Leave Work Without It"

For countless reasons, separation from a job is stressful—whether it’s voluntary (quitting) or involuntary (being fired). Employees want to leave on good terms, receiving all compensation due to them for earned wages and benefits before separation. Employers too want ...

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