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golden handshake

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Conditions of employment
golden handshakeˌgolden ˈhandshake noun [countable]  British EnglishBEC a large amount of money given to someone when they leave their job
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golden handshakeUsually, you will be more concerned with compensation for loss of office colloquially known as a golden handshake.And the reward for dismissal is a golden handshake of several years' pay.Redundancy payment, or a golden handshake in lieu of notice, up to the value of £30,000.I never negotiated a corporate prenuptial agreement and never received a golden handshake.He should be able to spare £5,000 out of his golden handshake.Good news about my golden handshake.He will walk away with a reported golden handshake of £400,000.
From Longman Business Dictionarygolden handshakeˌgolden ˈhandshake (also handshake) noun [countable] British EnglishHUMAN RESOURCES a large amount of money given to a senior employee when he or she leaves a company, especially when they are being forced to leave200 university lecturers were made redundant with golden handshakes averaging £80,000.The retiring chief executive received a handshake of $27 million.
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