I was laid off last week by a manufacturing company in Massachusetts. As a severance package they offered me two weeks pay and I think that's not right since I worked there for over ten years. Two weeks severance pay for ten years of work is an insult as far as I'm concerned. Does MA law require any type of severance pay? If so, is it based on how long you worked for the company? I am not part of a union and I have no contract that requires severance pay or other benefits after being laid off. Thanks for any help.
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