WA Termination Conditions

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Small Fish

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I was recently given formal notice of Termination by my employer (small public company). The letter (via email) confirmed I would be paid out my notice period in leau of working out the notice. This is fine and aligned with employment contract conditions (Termination for convenience). However I have some performance rights that vest in 18 months (subject to share price). The Termination letter said I had agreed to waiver these rights. This is not the case, I never agreed to this. The Termination letter does not need me to sign it or acknowledged it.

My employment agreement does not state anything about waiving performance rights on end of employment.

Should I respond to the letter or just ignore it as I have not signed anything about waiving the performance rights?
 

Rod

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Reply saying you have not waived any rights.