Settlement Agreements in Solihull
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If you have suffered a dispute in the workplace as an employer or an employee, we can provide dispute resolution and settlement agreement support. We represent employers and employees to help carve a clear path forward.
Facing a dispute in the workplace can be incredibly stressful. If you are offered a settlement agreement – formerly known as a compromise agreement – you need to seek legal advice before moving forward. A settlement agreement will outline the terms of an employee’s termination, how much compensation they can expect to receive and what is expected in return. This document has to be drafted with specific legal requirements in mind, and this is where our expert employment law team can help.
Settlement agreements explained
A settlement agreement, or compromise agreement, helps to resolve disputes in the workplace. If an employee faces a dispute or serious issue at work, their employer may choose to offer a settlement agreement to end their employment and prevent further legal action. We can provide legal support for both sides of the table, helping employers to navigate this difficult terrain while also ensuring employee rights are protected. A settlement agreement can cover:
The notice period and outstanding holiday pay
Compensation payment to the employee
Provisions for references
Employee’s agreement to not pursue further claims
Before offering or signing a settlement agreement, why not look through our more in-depth guide on what are settlement agreements, we would also recommend seeking expert legal advice from the Pearcelegal employment law team.
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