Being laid off can be a difficult experience, both emotionally and financially. But one of the most important things you can do during this time is to protect your rights. One way to do this is to have your severance agreement reviewed by an attorney before you sign it.
A severance agreement is a contract between you and your employer that outlines the terms of your separation from the company. It may include things like severance pay, continued benefits, and non-compete clauses.
It's important to have your severance agreement reviewed by an attorney before you sign it, even if you think you've gotten a fair deal. There may be hidden clauses or provisions that could hurt you in the long run.
Workers' Advocate Law Group offers a free consultation to all laid-off employees, where we'll review your severance agreement and answer any questions you have. We'll also explain your rights and options, and help you negotiate a better severance package if necessary.
Call Workers' Advocate Law Group today for a free consultation and get the severance package you deserve.