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This blog is a continuation of my previous blogs, titled An Employment Document Primer I, which discussed documents an employee should make certain they receive when they are hired, and Primer II, which discussed documents which an employee should locate and keep copies of during the course of their employment.

This blog, Primer III, will discuss what documents an employee should make certain they receive if they are terminated, laid off, resign, and/or is offered a severance package. It will also provide recommendations for seeking information which may be useful when employment ends.

  1. Unemployment Compensation Issues:
  • Check eligibility requirements for receiving unemployment compensation in the applicable state. If an employee resides in one state, but is employed in one or more other states, determine which state agency should receive the employee’s application for benefits.
  • Determine under what circumstances one is eligible to receive unemployment compensation benefits. For example…

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