Significado de “severance” - Diccionario inglés

severance en inglés británico

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severancenoun [ U ]

uk /ˈsev.ər.əns/ us /ˈsev.ɚ.əns/

money paid by an employer to an employee whose job the employer has had to bring to an end:

The management have offered employees one week's severance (pay) for each six months they have worked at the company.
a severance agreement/deal/package

formal the act of ending a connection, relationship, etc. or of being separated from a person, place, etc.:

The minister announced the severance of aid to the country.
The hardest thing to cope with was the severance from his family.

(Definición de severance de Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

severance en inglés americano

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severancenoun [ U ]

us /ˈsev·ə·rəns/

money paid by an employer to an employee ordered to give up a job:

a severance package
severance pay
The company offered severance to everyone who was let go.

(Definición de severance de Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

severance en inglés de negocios

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severancenoun [ U ]

uk /ˈsevərəns/ us HR, LAW

the official ending of an agreement, especially between an employer and employee:

He is entitled to $40,000 in severance pay.
The union negotiated severance agreements for all staff made redundant.

payment received by an employee when their employment is ended by the management:

Workers with less than 6 months employment did not receive any severance.

(Definición de severance de Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)