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United States - Severance pay and redundancy payment


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There is no statutory right to severance pay or redundancy payment in the United States.
For an employer whose employees are represented by a union, however, the collective-bargaining agreement between the union and the employer setting forth terms and conditions of employment often contains provisions in regard to severance pay.

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Notes / Remarks
There is no statutory right to severance pay or redundancy payment in the United States.
For an employer whose employees are represented by a union, however, the collective-bargaining agreement between the union and the employer setting forth terms and conditions of employment often contains provisions in regard to severance pay.

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Notes / Remarks
There is no statutory right to severance pay or redundancy payment in the United States.
For an employer whose employees are represented by a union, however, the collective-bargaining agreement between the union and the employer setting forth terms and conditions of employment often contains provisions in regard to severance pay.

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Notes / Remarks
There is no statutory right to severance pay or redundancy payment in the United States.
For an employer whose employees are represented by a union, however, the collective-bargaining agreement between the union and the employer setting forth terms and conditions of employment often contains provisions in regard to severance pay.

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Notes / Remarks
There is no statutory right to severance pay or redundancy payment in the United States.
For an employer whose employees are represented by a union, however, the collective-bargaining agreement between the union and the employer setting forth terms and conditions of employment often contains provisions in regard to severance pay.

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Notes / Remarks
There is no statutory right to severance pay or redundancy payment in the United States.
For an employer whose employees are represented by a union, however, the collective-bargaining agreement between the union and the employer setting forth terms and conditions of employment often contains provisions in regard to severance pay.

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Notes / Remarks
There is no statutory right to severance pay or redundancy payment in the United States.
For an employer whose employees are represented by a union, however, the collective-bargaining agreement between the union and the employer setting forth terms and conditions of employment often contains provisions in regard to severance pay.

+ show references

Notes / Remarks
There is no statutory right to severance pay or redundancy payment in the United States.
For an employer whose employees are represented by a union, however, the collective-bargaining agreement between the union and the employer setting forth terms and conditions of employment often contains provisions in regard to severance pay.

+ show references

Notes / Remarks
There is no statutory right to severance pay or redundancy payment in the United States.
For an employer whose employees are represented by a union, however, the collective-bargaining agreement between the union and the employer setting forth terms and conditions of employment often contains provisions in regard to severance pay.