But Fiorina walked out (in Manolos) with the promise of a severance package worth at least $21 million.
In September, he will get a severance of 16 weeks' pay from the company, which he said, “should last me until the New Year.”
The company could, for example, attach a consultancy clause to her severance agreement.
In 2010, Luray left, receiving more than $300,000 in salary and severance for the year, according to tax records.
Forcing those fired to stay on until September in order to get their severance, they said, seemed particularly cruel.
Thus threatened with severance, the tie between them—for it had become a kind of tie—no longer had impersonal quality.
Alford, Dean, on the severance of the Church from the State, 7.
While severance was in the offing I'd have stuck to you like a leech, because you're too good for him.
All this notion of severance, therefore, was somewhat sentimental.
He was rudely disillusioned as to the possibility of this severance.
early 15c., from Anglo-French, from Old French sevrance "separation, parting," from sevrer (see sever). Meaning "discharge from employment contract" is attested from 1941. Severance pay attested by 1942.