Should severance packages be paid to government employees that are forced to res

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  1. nightwork4 profile image59
    nightwork4posted 7 years ago

    Should severance packages be paid to government employees that are forced to resign?

    if they resign because they did something unethical or illegal, should they still recieve severance packages?

  2. mkott profile image73
    mkottposted 7 years ago

    I don't think anyone should be rewarded for failure.  That goes for the Corporate world too.  The Government isn't the only one that hands out money and that's basically what is included in your severance package, to those that should be thrown out.

  3. Sun Pen 50 profile image73
    Sun Pen 50posted 7 years ago

    Forced to resign means a sympathetic option for dismissal. (if the reason is disciplinary). If an employee is forced to resign due to excess staff or closing of the department or the institution etc.or similar reason then the case is different. But resignation does not permit giving a severance package if there is no provision for  such in the contract of employment. If a package is negotiated and agreed in closure of a govt. business a severance package is normally included in the agreement.

    Practices differ in different countries. (Jurisdictions). In a case of sympathetic option.. this is offered to give some relief because the loss of terminal benefits are too big a punishment.

  4. Harlan Colt profile image74
    Harlan Coltposted 7 years ago

    No, they should be punished for violating the public trust.IMO.

  5. Ken Barton profile image56
    Ken Bartonposted 7 years ago

    Any extra to help them get by until they find new jobs would be nice given they're being forced out of jobs they did faithfully serving the public.  I think the monies for these severance pays ought to come out of the retirement funds of the Senators and Congressmen who have wasted public funds foolishly and still get their lifetime pensions no matter how long they served.

  6. jagerfoods profile image58
    jagerfoodsposted 7 years ago

    Hell NO. Why should they get paid for screwing up? If you work in the private sector this wouldn't even be an option/question.

  7. rocknrollcowboy profile image70
    rocknrollcowboyposted 7 years ago

    No, they are breaking a binding contract with their employer. They are supposed to be leaders and examples to us and our children.

 
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