As part one in this series states, employees deserve the right to negotiate in order to attempt to achieve the best options possible. Here is Part two which describes other aspects of the work place and negotiating strategies.
As an individual, you always want to get the best deal as possible. Being an employee is no different. As an employee, you should always try to receive the best compensation, pension, benefits, severance etc you can obtain.
When facing termination for any reason, do not accept the employer’s first offer regarding severance. Always request a negotiating session to obtain more benefits. Prioritize the critical elements of the package and try to obtain them in order of importance to you. Here’s a section of my book “The Employee Rights Handbook” that deals with just that. Read now and get informed!
A layoff can be a stressful and traumatic time for any individual, but for some, it is just not an option. Whether it’s the consequence of financial need, or other personal reasons, many employees cannot accept a Layoff under any circumstances. If this sounds like you or someone you know, there is still hope and options that you many have. Here’s a section of my book “The Employee Rights Handbook” that deals with just that and offers an option to consider. Read now and get informed!
As a long-term employee, you have a certain protection against employers firing in bad faith, but it’s not always a simple concept. What constitutes a “long-term” employee? What is “bad faith”? It’s important for you to get informed and understand the ins and outs of employment law.
Here’s a section of my book “The Employee Rights Handbook” that deals with just that. Read now and get informed!