Voluntary Termination

Voluntary Termination

A situation in which a person quits his/her job. One may undergo voluntary termination for any number of reasons, including finding a better job, dissatisfaction with one's current position, or retirement.
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Personnel Due To Their Incapacity, Voluntary Termination, Or Termination Due To Just Cause Will
Frankfurt: Volkswagen is set to reduce production and offer voluntary termination agreements to workers at its Russian factory in Kaluga as demand shrinks, according to people with direct knowledge of the plan.
A few days later, Milne accused her of misappropriating funds from the customer payment and gave her the option of voluntary termination.
According to Widhayawan, dry wells, a lack of reserves and too many risks had prompted the voluntary termination.
concerning voluntary termination of the Kumtor project agreement of 2009.
The town will also be voting on amending language on the Municipal Employee Benefits Personnel By-Laws dealing with sick leave (by replacing "Upon retirement or voluntary termination of service.
Indeed, it is already having repercussions throughout the region, taking into account that most Latin American and Caribbean countries still have laws that restrict access to safe, legal abortion or that allow for the voluntary termination of pregnancy only on certain grounds, which are often not respected by the healthcare providers and judges involved in these cases.
According to Kornezov, the voluntary termination of life of incurably-ill patients should be equated to death by natural causes to avoid problems with insurance policies.
For some nursing homes (about 1 percent annually, see Table 1), the costs may exceed the benefits, leading them to the decision of voluntary termination.
It is working with the United Auto Workers Union (UAW) to address worker issues, and will offer several programmes, including retirement incentives, enhanced voluntary termination, and the opportunity to transfer to other Chrysler facilities.
Equal employee opportunity statement, Initial employment period, Personnel records, Sleep center patient service standards, Performance appraisal process, Communications, Work week/schedule, Overtime, Breaks, Pay periods, Recording time/hours, Compensation review, Payroll deductions, Benefits, Holidays, Personal time off, Leave of absence, Family leave, Bereavement, Jury duty, Military, Time to vote, Safety/weapons, Dress standards, Confidentiality, Duplication of PC/software/Internet, Offensive behavior, Sexual harassment, Tobacco/drug policy, Tardiness/absenteeism, Legal and ethical behaviors, Conduct/corrective action, Voluntary termination and Involuntary termination
162(m) if all or part of the compensation can be paid to a covered employee upon his or her involuntary termination by the corporation without cause, voluntary termination for good reason, or voluntary retirement, even if the performance-based goals and other terms of the plan are satisfied and the covered employee continues employment with the corporation.
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