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In florida, 70 employees at my business they lay off 10 and give severance to 8 out of the ten, myself 5 year employee and a 2 month employeee and both are sales others are operation, do have rights to get the same severance?
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Generally, in Florida, severance is a gift. $1 of severance is usually $1 more than an employer is obligated to provide. An offer of severance may be required if an employee has an employment agreement providing for severance or is otherwise subject to a collective bargaining agreement that provides for severance. Severance agreements that are only offered to certain employees in a discriminatory manner (such as based on age, religion, national origin, sex, etc) may be a violation of local, state and/or federal law.
How do I ask in my severance response any claims or liability
I position was terminated when I was out into medical leave. My job has offered me a severance package
If you are still considering a severance agreement, I strongly recommend you consult with an attorney first to review the agreement, give you feedback, and assist you in negotiating it.