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golden handshake definition

  • noun:
    • Slang A lucrative severance arrangement offered to a worker usually as an inducement to retire.
    • A generous severance payment, specially as an inducement to go out of work.
    • a lucrative severance contract offered to an employee (usually as an incentive to retire)
    • Slang A lucrative severance agreement provided to a worker typically as an inducement to retire.
    • A generous severance payment, especially as an inducement to leave work.
    • a lucrative severance arrangement provided to an employee (usually as an incentive to retire)
    • Slang A lucrative severance arrangement offered to a member of staff usually as an inducement to retire.
    • Slang A lucrative severance contract agreed to a member of staff typically as an inducement to retire.
    • A generous severance repayment, specifically as an inducement to leave employment.
    • A generous severance repayment, especially as an inducement to leave employment.
    • a lucrative severance agreement agreed to a member of staff (usually as an incentive to retire)
    • a lucrative severance agreement offered to a worker (usually as a motivation to retire)
    • Slang A lucrative severance contract wanted to a worker usually as an inducement to retire.
    • A generous severance repayment, especially as an inducement to leave work.
    • a lucrative severance contract wanted to a member of staff (usually as a reason to retire)
    • Slang A lucrative severance contract offered to a worker typically as an inducement to retire.
    • A generous severance repayment, specifically as an inducement to go out of work.
    • a lucrative severance contract agreed to an employee (usually as a bonus to retire)
    • Slang A lucrative severance arrangement provided to a worker usually as an inducement to retire.
    • Slang A lucrative severance contract provided to a worker typically as an inducement to retire.
    • A generous severance repayment, especially as an inducement to go out of employment.
    • A generous severance payment, especially as an inducement to leave employment.
    • a lucrative severance contract offered to a worker (usually as a bonus to retire)
    • a lucrative severance agreement offered to a worker (usually as a reason to retire)
    • Slang A lucrative severance agreement offered to an employee typically as an inducement to retire.
    • Slang A lucrative severance contract provided to an employee typically as an inducement to retire.
    • A generous severance payment, specially as an inducement to leave work.
    • a lucrative severance contract provided to a worker (usually as an incentive to retire)
    • Slang A lucrative severance arrangement wanted to an employee usually as an inducement to retire.
    • A generous severance payment, especially as an inducement to go out of employment.
    • a lucrative severance contract agreed to an employee (usually as a bonus to retire)
    • Slang A lucrative severance arrangement provided to an employee typically as an inducement to retire.
    • A generous severance payment, especially as an inducement to leave work.
    • a lucrative severance contract offered to a worker (usually as an incentive to retire)
    • Slang A lucrative severance agreement provided to an employee usually as an inducement to retire.
    • A generous severance payment, especially as an inducement to leave work.
    • a nice severance payment, especially as an inducement to leave employment.
    • a lucrative severance arrangement offered to an employee (usually as a reason to retire)
    • a lucrative severance arrangement provided to a worker (usually as a motivation to retire)
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