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I'm a little concerned because under "Claims Released" section it reads.
"The claims released include all claims, promises, offers, debts, causes of action or similar rights of any type or nature Employee has or had against Releasees, including but not limited to those which in any way relate to (a) Employee's employment with the Company or the termination of Employee's employment, such as claims for compensation, bonuses pursuant to the the GMIP VEP.........(b) the design or administration of any employee benefit plan, program, policy or procedure or Employee's entitlement to benefits under any such plan program policy or procedure; (c) any rights Employee may have to severance or similar income replacement benefits under any plan, program policy or procedure of the Company....."
I just need clarification that this is only referring to my previous benefits with the company and not my unemployment benefits. As I believe that when I apply it's considered a claim against the company... is that right?
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