Fired, laid off or forced out : a complete guide to severance, benefits, and your rights when you're starting over
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Naperville, Il. : Sphinx Publishing, An Imprint of Sourcebooks, [2005].
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1st ed.
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xii, 275 pages ; 23 cm.
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EPL Non-Fiction
650.1 BUSSE, RICHARD
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You're Fired!

Those are the two words every employee dreads. But what does it really mean to be let go, and more important, what can you do to turn this situation into an opportunity for future success?

Fired, Laid-Off or Forced Out takes the fear out of the possibility of losing your job and replaces it with specific guidelines any worker can use to protect his or her rights. From the factory worker tothe professional, the salesperson to upper management, anyone can benefit from the insight and the proven steps described to obtain a positive outcome.

Successful strategies clearly explain how you can:

*Survive a Disciplinary Action *Diffuse Volatile Situations *Change an Abusive Environment *Prevent Termination *Handle the Termination Itself *Negotiate a Severance Agreement *Evaluate Your Case *Craft a Better Settlement *Build Your Workplace Power
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Includes index.
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Busse, R. C. (2005). Fired, laid off or forced out: a complete guide to severance, benefits, and your rights when you're starting over. Naperville, Il.: Sphinx Publishing, An Imprint of Sourcebooks.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Busse, Richard C. 2005. Fired, Laid Off or Forced Out: A Complete Guide to Severance, Benefits, and Your Rights When You're Starting Over. Naperville, Il.: Sphinx Publishing, An Imprint of Sourcebooks.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Busse, Richard C, Fired, Laid Off or Forced Out: A Complete Guide to Severance, Benefits, and Your Rights When You're Starting Over. Naperville, Il.: Sphinx Publishing, An Imprint of Sourcebooks, 2005.

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Busse, Richard C. Fired, Laid Off or Forced Out: A Complete Guide to Severance, Benefits, and Your Rights When You're Starting Over. Naperville, Il.: Sphinx Publishing, An Imprint of Sourcebooks, 2005. Print.

Note! Citation formats are based on standards as of July 2010. Citations contain only title, author, edition, publisher, and year published. Citations should be used as a guideline and should be double checked for accuracy.
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5050 |a Posttermination filings to protect your rights. The effect of termination on your receipt of benefits. Termination tips -- Immediately after your termination. Remain calm. Ask probing questions. Remove all personal belongings at your earliest opportunity. Relinquish all keys and ID badges when requested. Record what was said in the termination meeting. Request a copy of your personnel file. Let your family and friends take care of you. If you need it, seek emotional counseling. Seek legal advice only from a knowledgeable lawyer. As soon as you are able, look for other work. Do not start cutting your own deal. Do not release your employer without consulting a lawyer. Do not write a letter of protest to the company. Do not start writing letters to your congressional delegation. Do not engage in physical harm. Do not remove anything that does not belong to you. Do not refuse to return property belonging to the employer. Do not immediately file an internal, nonunion grievance. Do not sign a confession. Do not try to handle it alone. Termination tips -- Negotiating a severance agreement. How to get more severance.
5050 |a The contents of your severance agreement. Severance tips list -- All about lawyers. How to find a lawyer. Engaging your lawyer -- Unlawful terminations. Public policy wrongful discharge. Wrongful constructive discharge. State statutory solutions. Discrimination laws. Opposition and retaliation statutes. Employment contracts -- Other legal claims. Intentional infliction of severe emotional distress. intentional interference with economic relations. Invasion of privacy. Defamation. Misrepresentation -- Termination of special group members. Termination of union workers. Termination of government employees -- Evaluating your termination case. Evaluating whether you have a case. Evaluating the problem of your case. Evaluating your case when the employer covers its tracks. Factors affecting your case. Other factors that can help -- Mistakes employers make. Top ten complaints -- Deciding whether to pursue your case. Your need for litigation. Your support from others for litigation. Your health. The effect on your marketability -- What to expect during litigation. Prefiling stage. Trial stage. Appeal stage --
5050 |a Things you can do to help your lawyer win. Provide requested information in a timely manner. Stay in communication with your lawyer. Treat your lawyer as a member of your team. Be flexible with your schedule. Follow your lawyer's advice. Do not shoot the messenger. Try to control your relatives. Do not fall in love with your case. Do not pull any surprises. Keep the faith. Ways to help your lawyer win -- Common questions about case settlement -- Special rights and benefits legislation. Unemployment compensation. Health insurance legislation : Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA). The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA). Retirement legislation (ERISA). Notice of plant closure legislation. Employee leave legislation. Basic provisions. FMLA and the ADA -- Steps to build your workplace power.
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