I received a termination agreement, what now?
When you receive a termination agreement, this is usually no reason to be pleased. Sometimes a different name is used for a termination agreement. There is talk of a fixing agreement. It means that your employer wants to stop working with you and that you are usually sent away with a buy-out. Now, of course, you are not obliged to sign such an agreement directly. It would be much wiser to have him read by an employment lawyer first. Have you signed it yet? Then see if two weeks have passed. Within that period you can still revoke your signature. Is the termination agreement received in my favour? Your interests, as an employee, are opposite to [...]