Negotiate a Severance in California
Obtain Experienced Legal Help from Our Hollister Employment Lawyer
Although our economy has recovered and experienced growth since the recession,
people still encounter situations where they are forced out of their jobs.
All of a sudden, you are summoned to the conference room and asked to
sign a separation agreement. While workers facing severance packages may
not have much leverage, that should not stop them from attempting to negotiate
a better deal.
Marder Employment Law, our Hollister employment law attorney can access your situation and determine
the best course of action in order to obtain the most favorable outcome
more than 20 years of experience,
Attorney Marder has an in-depth understanding of California employment laws to help you
navigate through the complexities and present you with all of your available
legal options. Let him protect your rights and future today.
What Happens When You are Given an Exit Offer?
It is imperative to understand that you do not need to accept the company’s
initial offer when you have been presented with a severance package. This
agreement often contains a waiver of your important rights, which is why
you must determine whether or not your rights are being violated and what
choices you have going forward.
Once the agreement has been signed, you typically waive all claims you
may have against the company. In addition, you surrender the chance to
not only achieve reasonable financial terms for your transition to the
employment, but the opportunity to claim a wrongful termination, obtain
a reference or withhold a potentially adverse reference, arrange a resignation,
and other critical advantages you may possess.
Let Us Review Your Severance Package Today
With our experienced Hollister employment lawyer on your side, you can
secure favorable severance terms that are designed to fairly compensate
you and better your opportunities for immediate reemployment. Attorney
Marder can determine whether you have the basis for
wrongful termination, discrimination claim,
retaliation claim, or sufficient leverage to demand a bigger payout.
Contact Marder Employment Law and
schedule a free consultation today.