reduced by the corresponding severance pay period which would apply to the worker at the end of the seven or thirteen month retention period. iii. the delegate agrees that dismissal is an economically viable alternative to relocation. These employees receive a payment equal to remuneration instead of the accumulated annual leave, calculated as if the date of termination of their employment relationship was 13 months or 7 months (as the case may be) later than the date of refusal of the offer of voluntary dismissal. workers who cannot be transferred to suitable employment within three months of the rejection of an offer of voluntary dismissal: ii. The worker must become the owner, within four years of taking up his duties at the new place, of a house where the worker is ordinarily resident at the new place or has concluded a contract for the purchase or construction of such a house. A worker who accepts the offer of voluntary dismissal and whose employment ends on the ground that it is too high shall be entitled to the payment of a two-week severance pay for each full year of continuous service, plus a proportional allowance for the months of service completed since the last year of service completed. subject to a minimum amount to which the worker is entitled under the NES. . . .