case Litigation around the issue of FICA taxes remitted on severance pay
began in 2001 when Quality Stores, Inc.
Pursuant to the above mentioned provision of the Labour Law, your gratuity or severance pay
shall be calculated on your basic salary only.
One judge dissented, agreeing with the Eighth Circuit's reasoning; however, based on that reasoning, the judge said, Rase's payments still were FICA wages since he had accepted the severance pay
without relinquishing his tenure rights.
In July, Securicor Indonesia finally capitulated, agreeing to pay severance pay
to all of its workers and 11 months of back wages to fired strikers.
While some employers offer this kind of severance benefit, the wage laws don't require severance pay
of Toledo, Ohio, recently admitted in court papers that it hadn't paid its former Jonesboro employees the full amount of their severance pay
The changes also bar severance pay
to employees who are moved from one regional health authority to new, larger authorities that were established by the province.
Before employment contracts are validated, the committee will assure that "clawback" clauses, as well as conditions and amounts of severance pay
are clearly defined.
Merritt said pastor Glenn Bohannon offered her two weeks' severance pay
and told her if she were to quit playing at Costello's, he would confer with the church personnel committee to see if she could be redeemed.
will accept severance pay
and other conditions offered by the management when it closes the colliery in Kushiro, Hokkaido, on Jan.
Part of that fight includes the recognition that dancers face many issues beyond getting pay raises that outpace inflation: guaranteed weeks of work, decent working conditions in home cities and on tour, pension contributions, health and disability coverage and severance pay
Durk Jager lasted just 17 months at the helm of Procter & Gamble but left with severance pay