When it comes to being let go they say there is a 60 day working notice. Is the 60 days your severance if you are under 5 years or is it 60 days plus your severance? Just trying to figure this all out.
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Why don't you read the Severance Plan document? It's on Teamworks. See page 5.
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Getting 60 days pay, and then severance on top of that, and then unemployment on top of that - would be a dream come true. Where do I sign up!
60 or 90 days of “notice” , depending on the state you live in. During that period you are still an employee of the company - but “non working” (ie. you lose all access to systems)
After “notice” the severance starts. Two weeks of severance for every year of service, minimum 8 wks
60 days til Jan 29th (assuming layoff date of 12/01) and then 8 weeks severance if you have 4 years or less with the company.
We don’t do layoff questions on this board. Politics only.
But to answer your question, 60 days plus your severance.