I recently assisted a lovely client with her Settlement Agreement. She came to me with an agreement her Union had negotiated, but as we went through it, I wasn’t happy with the terms she was being offered. Read on for more information.
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Settlement Agreements are legally binding contracts which can be used to resolve ongoing workplace disputes or they can be used to end an employment relationship. They are voluntary and generally include some form of payment to be made to the employee. In essence, once a valid Settlement Agreement has been signed by both parties, the employee is unable to pursue or make any Employment Tribunal claims.
If you have been offered a Settlement Agreement by your employer, you have some serious decisions to make. Read on for more information.
We are thrilled to share with you feedback from a client which was received this week for our Associate Employment Law Solicitor, Lucy Stones.
If an employer and employee have decided to part ways, often one or the other will ask for a Protected Conversation. Read on for more information about Protected Conversations, including what they are and how they can be used.
Settlement Agreement Solicitors are needed by clients who are offered a Settlement Agreement by their employers. Read on for more information.
In some ways, a Settlement Agreement is just a contract between an employer and an employee. However, the ramifications of such an agreement are so serious that the employee must take independent legal advice from a specialist Settlement Agreement Solicitor before signing. Read on for my client’s story to explain why.
Being asked to leave your employer, even on agreed terms can be daunting. Read this post to see the feedback one of our solicitors received this week following the successful conclusion of a Settlement Agreement.
Choosing a solicitor to advise you on the terms and effects of your Settlement Agreement can mean the difference between a good or bad outcome. Contrary to certain myths, not all solicitors are the same. This post contains feedback I recently received from a client with a Settlement Agreement. Read on to find out how I helped achieve the best outcome for my client.