Career Protection™ Passes Milestone with its 2,000,000 Inquiry from Employees Seeking Negotiation Advice About Employment and Severance Agreements

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Career Protection™ has helped hundreds of executives and professionals who have been laid off, outsourced, or terminated obtain substantial severance pay packages.

Career Protection, a leading national provider of employment negotiations advice, announced today that it has received over 2,000,000 inquiries from employees worldwide seeking advice regarding employment and severance agreements. The human resource and legal experts at Career Protection ™ have protected the careers of professionals throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe by creating employment agreements and significant severance pay packages for executives and professional clients as they enter or exit a company.

“In today's world of layoffs, outsourcings, reductions-in-force, firings, and forced early retirements, almost all working Americans fear losing their jobs. People protect their homes, cars and personal property, but they don't know how to protect their careers which pays for everything they own,” says Kirk Nemer, J.D., SPHR, President and CEO of Career Protection™. Instead of people worrying about their jobs, Career Protection™ will guide them on how to protect their employment, compensation, benefits, and their careers within the corporate world through human resources and employment law negotiation plans.

With Career Protection’s ™expertise in HR and law, and corporate inside knowledge, their advice empowers people to take a proactive approach to positioning themselves for career success and maximizing their personal value without legal escalation. Career Protection has proven that through negotiation coaching and a step-by-step success plan for any employee to follow, people can avoid hurting their career and financial future whether they expect to be hired, fired, laid off or retired.

“After nearly 20 years as an employment attorney and a Vice President of Human Resources for Fortune 500 and global corporations, I negotiated with hundreds of executives and professionals on behalf of companies. From new hire employment agreements to severance pay and retirement packages, I was an eyewitness to employees being taken advantage of by corporations during the negotiation process at the time of being hired, fired, laid off, or retired,” stated Nemer, President and CEO of Career Protection™.

“I was amazed at how many executives and senior professionals would willingly agree to poor contracts and lesser compensation/benefits packages, which waived their legal rights and gave money away. These employment agreements and severance packages would hurt their careers years later as the employees agreed to terms and covenants that decreased their financial future and restricted their careers. They did this because they did not know what to ask for, and/or, they were afraid to ask,” Mr. Nemer added.

For more information on how executives and professionals can prepare a negotiations strategy and get a significant severance pay package or job offer, visit http://www.CareerProtection.com

About Career Protection™

A leading national provider of employment negotiations advice, the human resource and legal experts at Career Protection ™ have protected the careers of professionals throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. Career Protection has negotiated hundreds of employment agreements and severance pay packages for executives and professional clients as they enter or exit a company. Career Protection’s HR and legal experts have previously served as Vice Presidents of Human Resources, Directors of Human Resources, Corporate Counsel/Attorneys, or Recruiters for many Fortune 500 and Global Corporations. For more information, contact Career Protection or visit their website at http://www.CareerProtection.com

For Further Information Contact:

Scott Baker, Vice President, Public Relations

Phone: (877) HRLAW-4U (475-2948), extension 801

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