Rising redundancies will lead to more settlement agreements

As the ongoing financial impact of Covid-19 takes its toll, businesses are being forced to make redundancies. Those being let go are often offered a settlement agreement, a legal agreement between employer and employee. Settlement agreements provide  a payment in… Read on

Settlement agreement negotiations

When you are in the midst of settlement agreement negotiations, one of your main considerations will be whether the financial package makes it worth signing or not. Several factors will come into play here. Usually these will be to do… Read on

Signing a settlement agreement

Try to resist feeling pressured into signing a settlement agreement. It is important to take control of the negotiation. The first thing to remember is that this happens frequently. Nothing is binding until the agreement has been agreed and signed… Read on

Furlough: advice for employers and employees

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is a state-backed initiative which has been introduced in order to save jobs affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Under the scheme employers will be able to apply for 80% of the wages of employees on… Read on

Top tips for a negotiated exit

Many people’s employment will end as a result of a mutually agreed settlement with their employer. This ensures that both parties can end their employment relationship formally –  usually with the payment of a termination package recorded in a settlement… Read on

Getting a job after a settlement agreement

Does your employer have to give you a reference as part of the settlement agreement? There are certain standard terms which have to be included in a settlement agreement for it to be valid, such as the fact that you… Read on

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