The Wall Street Journal: asks employees to quit after two rounds of layoffs

89, the online mortgage lender which has had two rounds of layoffs since December, is offering some employees a voluntary agreement to leave the company. is giving eligible U.S. employees in corporate and on the product, development and engineering teams the option to take a voluntary separation package, according to a memo to employees which was viewed by The Wall Street Journal. The agreement offers 60 working days of severance pay and health insurance coverage. 

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