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May 9, 2024

Barclay Damon Live: Labor & Employment Podcast—"Parting Ways: Mastering the Art of Employee Offboarding, Part 1"

Lee Jacobs and Rosemary Enright discuss the importance of employee offboarding and provide guidance on how to effectively navigate the process. The conversation highlights the risks of not having a formal offboarding policy that considers data security and ensures a smooth transition, whether the employee is leaving voluntarily or not. They discuss the importance of having clear policies in place and communicated to employees in advance and the payout of accrued vacation and sick time. Exit interviews are a good practice, both to gather feedback and to address potential issues. Rosemary and Lee conclude by reminding employers to send a notice of termination and that they are legally required to provide information on filing for unemployment benefits.

Resources for this episode:
•    Notice of Eligibility for UI Benefits
•    Notices to Employees
 

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