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Poll for Webinar on 1 Sep 2010:  If you participated in the webinar held on September 1st, 2010, please respond to the poll at the right of the screen------>

 

Results of Prior Polls:

Claims Process Poll from April 20, 2010 Webinar:

 

Number of Voters  :  81
First Vote  :  Tuesday, 20 April 2010 19:59
Last Vote  :  Thursday, 05 August 2010 16:00

 

 Do you now have an understanding of how the claims process will be conducted on your behalf?
It's mostly clear
40   49.4%
  
It's somewhat confusing
18   22.2%
  
It's clear
16   19.8%
  
It's confusing
7   8.6%
  

 

 

       

 

 

April 20, 2010, Webinar Poll:

 


 How satisfied were you with the information presented in the Webinar on April, 20, 2010?
Very Satisfied
48   59.3%
  
Somewhat Satisfied
20   24.7%
  
Somewhat Unsatisfied
9   11.1%
  
Very Unsatisfied
4   4.9%
  

Number of Voters  :  81
First Vote  :  Tuesday, 20 April 2010 17:45
Last Vote  :  Thursday, 05 August 2010 16:00

 

 

 

Impact Poll:

Nortel's insolvency will result in reduced pension, medical insurance, life insurance, and severance payments to former employees Although the exact amount of the impact may not be known for some time, the latest estimate is that pensions would be reduced by 31% while company-sponsored medical and life insurance will disappear entirely.  Severance for terminated former employees would await settlement of the estate and likely get only cents on the dollar. 

Voters selected the category which applied to them, depending on whether they are an existing pensioner or survivor of a pensioner, a deferred pensioner (eligible for a Nortel defined benefit pension once old enough), or a terminated employee (if they are terminated and an eligible deferred pensioner, they used the deferred category).  

"Severe" would include impacts like personal bankruptcy, moving to reduce your costs, selling assets, foregoing necessities, or requiring public assistance.  "Moderate" would include impacts like going back to part-time work if already retired, foregoing vacations or avoiding other discretionary expenditures.  "Minor" would include impacts like requiring careful budgeting or always shopping based on price.  

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Number of Voters  :  718
First Vote  :  Tuesday, 30 March 2010 12:08
Last Vote  :  Thursday, 22 April 2010 08:46

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Feb 23, 2010 Webinar Poll: 

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