Company executives transitioning out of positions differ from most employees because they are more likely to have employment contracts and to have executed documents restricting future employment. In addition, financial considerations for executives in transition may include future performance bonuses and stock options that have not yet vested.
Although every situation is different, here . . . → Read More: Executives in Transition: Five Important Steps to Take
The following is the not-so short list of ways that employers often mishandle employee terminations, leading to surprise and distress on the part of the employee, the appearance of unfairness and an eventual lawsuit. The list is not meant to be all inclusive (we would be here all day) – just instructive.
1. Failing to . . . → Read More: The Not-So Short List of Ways to Mishandle Employee Terminations
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