If you have just been fired, you might have heard the word “mitigation” used by your company, or from a lawyer. It’s an important concept to understand in order to protect your rights. Here’s an explanation of what it means and how it relates to dismissal cases. What is mitigation? Mitigation means taking steps to …

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Companies fire employees every day. Most people never expect to be fired.  Most people are not ready for the emotional and financial costs of a surprise dismissal. Here are six answers employees should learn before being fired, to help minimize the impact of a surprise dismissal. How much severance will I get if I get …

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