time between resignation or dismissal and leaving the amount of time specified in the terms and conditions of employment that an employee must work between resigning from an organization and leaving the employment of that organization
For most directors in the United Kingdom, pay and bonus awards were marginally reduced in the period from 2003. There are a number of possible reasons. Some companies have reduced notice periods for chief executives to around 12 months, which has encouraged more reasonable termination payments
By Shaun Tyson
Particularly in the European Union, many countries have employment protection legislation in place, making it difficult for companies to fire staff with little or no notice. Companies therefore need to budget for funds to cover periods when they may need to downsize quickly to reduce costs. Garden
Private equity firms were most active in buying failing firms during the recessions of the 1990s, when there was a good supply of firms in receivership and where bargains were to be found (Figure 7). At other periods, most noticeably the last 10 years, private equity firms have not been the main
By Louise Scholes, Mike Wright
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