Exclusive feature: The duty to mitigate still exists

Why employers should not give up on this important cost-saving tool

Exclusive feature: The duty to mitigate still exists

The duty to mitigate is an important tool to both reduce an employer’s potential liability and create leverage.

Best practice is to ensure your organization’s employment agreements and termination packages are reviewed by experienced employment counsel, and the duty to mitigate is addressed.

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  • Best practices for employers 

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