1.Learn your company’s policy for layoffs. Will you receive a 60-day notice or will you be walked to your car immediately? 2.Find out what happens to your 401K, stock options, or bonus program payments if you get laid off. What will you do for money if tomorrow is your last day? You might want to hire a financial adviser to assist with evaluating your finances. Coordinate pensions, social security, etc., after your unemployment benefits conclude. 3.Learn about COBRA. If ...

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