Losing / Quitting a Job

  • A Look at Trending Job Loss Statistics

    If you believe you may be losing your job this article may provide the answers you need. We made an in-depth review of the current job loss statistics in order to furnish career-seeking readers with a comprehensive, guide.
    By ciel s cantoria February 23, 2011 

  • What Types of Severance Pay Are Taxable?

    Tax treatment of severance pay varies inasmuch as benefits included may be taxable or nontaxable. Learn what taxes, if any, are withheld, as well as information about benefits reported as taxable compensation income. In addition, know the job-hunting...
    By ciel s cantoria October 24, 2010 

  • 10 Layoff Warning Signs

    Even if you are the best at what you do, you can still be vulnerable to company layoffs. Being the best at your position in the office isn't an automatic ticket to spare you from an impending layoff. What to do to be alert at all times? Here are...
    By Krima Olive Molina October 17, 2010 


  • Composing Farewell Letters to Coworkers: What Should You Include?

    Building bridges with a classy farewell letter is the way to go. Burning bridges with negative, sloppy, or uninformative letters is not advised. Composing an elegant business letter is a valuable skill, and a farewell letter is also an important test...
    By Cyndi Root October 3, 2010 

  • How to Negotiate a Severance Package

    Are you wondering how to negotiate a severance package? Why would you? No employee thinks about the day that they will leave a new job, but knowing what to ask for and how to will make it easier when the time comes to leave.
    By Regina Woodard October 1, 2010 

  • When You Can't Count on COBRA

    You may have just discovered that when the chips are down, you can’t count on COBRA. This option for continuing medical insurance when you lose your job can run even higher than your mortgage payment. And the qualifying period for subsidized COBRA...
    By Linda Richter September 24, 2010 


  • Calculating Unemployment Benefits

    Calculate unemployment benefit amounts before applying for unemployment payments. This way people headed to the unemployment line can calculate unemployment benefits before they get there. States generally compute benefits in the same way, so you can...
    By Bruce Tyson August 26, 2010 

  • Main Advantages of Early Retirement

    The immediate advantage of early retirement is an increased amount of money in the bank account. This benefit, however, can be negated easily. Efficient fund management clearly has to be considered to gain more advantages.
    By Kristina Dems August 17, 2010 

  • Famous Cases of Wrongful Termination

    The “at will” concept in employment has led many employees to believe that its context is all-encompassing and their rights are unprotected by laws. Here, we examine three famous cases of wrongful termination to give examples of when the “at...
    By ciel s cantoria August 14, 2010 

  • Common Examples of Wrongful Termination: What to Watch Out For

    Examples of wrongful termination abound, from discrimination to retaliation for whistle-blowing and even a breach of the fair practices covenant, but these instances are not always easy to identify or to prove.
    By nataliajones July 28, 2010 
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