Employers often establish an "introductory" or "probationary" period (typically 3 months or 90 days) as an initial evaluation period for new employees. Many employers provide for a performance evaluation to take place at the end of the introductory period. But is it a good idea??
Severance Negotiations FAQs
Posted byJacob I. Kiani|Sep 29, 2013|0 Comments
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Severance Agreements FAQs
What is a Severance Agreement?
Severance agreements, also termed as separation agreements, are a special type of legal contract be...
Comprehensive Severance Negotiations - Checklist
Posted byJacob I. Kiani|Oct 07, 2013|0 Comments
This checklist has been designed to assist employees facing employment termination. It equips them with certain tools that can be used while tackling or negotiation fin...
Top Severance Negotiations Myths
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Avoid the Common Mistakes that Most People Make When Deciding their Severance Package
Losing your job is scary. But losing your job suddenly without any notice is way scarier. It is best to stay...
How to Negotiate a Pay Raise during Your Annual Performance Review
Posted byJacob I. Kiani|Sep 24, 2013|0 Comments
Use Your Yearly Performance Review to Negotiate a Pay Raise
The words "Yearly Evaluation" often strike fear into the hearts of even the most responsible, skille...