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• Severance 1 – Request for More Time to Review and/or Sign Severance Agreement
Most severance agreements give employees 21 days to review, sign and return it to the employer. Some severance agreements provide 45 days, some only 10 days. It is very common that employees need more time to consider how to respond. This Model Memo shows you how best to request more time.

• Severance 2 – Requesting Additional Severance
Don’t believe you have been offered sufficient severance, considering your circumstances and service to your employer? That would not be surprising, because over time employers have reduced the amount of severance they offer. This model memo is the kind of memo we suggest all of our clients use in order to request additional severance. Recently Updated!!

• Severance 5 – Master 94-Point Severance Negotiation Checklist
Being “severed” from your employment requires that you attend to many different decisions and details during a time of high anxiety. Our 94-Point Master Checklist for Severance provides you a “roadmap” for getting done what needs to get done, including points to negotiate, with minimal confusion, anxieties and worries.

• Severance 10 – Model Letter After Request For Additional Severance Has Yielded No Response
Three, four, five days or more have gone by, and you still have not received a response. What should you do? This Model Letter is what we generally recommend. It is a strongly worded letter, to the same recipient as your initial request, that “reminds” your recipient that he or she may suffer negative consequences for ignoring such a letter as you’ve sent. While there are no guarantees, this second letter usually, at the very least, gets a serious response. This Model Memo shows you “What to Say, and How to Say It.”™