Our Employment Law Attorneys have represented executives and employees of Bank of America who have been laid off or lost their employment for other reasons. Bank of America has announced that it plans to eliminate 30,000 jobs in the next 2 or 3 years. As of the December 2011, the Company had over 280,000 employees, which is 6,000 fewer than it had at the end of 2010. The Company has employees throughout New York, New Jesey and Connecticut including at Bank of America Tower near Bryant Park in NYC. The Company is seeking to cut costs and eliminate positions in numerous departments. If you have been laid off by the Company or believe you have been treated unlawfully, contact our attorneys to learn your rights. If you have been offered a Bank of America Severance Package, do not sign it until you have spoken with an experienced employment lawyer.
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Our NY, NJ & CT Employment Law Attorneys have helped many laid off workers negotiate the best possible severance agreement and financial package while ensuring that they were not signing away any of their legal rights. If you have lost your job, call our Severance Package Attorneys at Villanueva & Sanchala at (800) 893-9645 to help you evaluate your rights and options during this trying time.
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