Employment Law: Resignation, Termination and Waiver Issues


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Employment Law: Resignation, Termination and Waiver Issues
In order to avoid potential legal problems later, it is important that employers require that resignations be in writing and ensure that the voluntary nature of the resignation is clearly expressed by the employee. In situations involving the firing of an employee, it is important in a legal context that employers provide the employee with notice of the charges against them, present an explanation of the evidence, and give the employee an opportunity to respond. Employers should also be aware that they must be very careful when executing waivers of legal claims in exchange for early retirement offers, for their actions may be interpreted as age discrimination.
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