Redundancy

Settlement Agreements – formally known as Compromise Agreements – are often offered in redundancy situations. You can negotiate the terms of the agreement or even refuse it altogether if it’s in your best interests.

A Settlement Agreement is a contract between an employer and an employee, in which the employee waives their right to bring legal action. In return, the employer offers some kind of incentive, such as a severance package and/or a reference.

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Redundancy Booklet

Request our Redundancy Booklet on how to renegotiate your settlement agreement. This valuable resource provides guidance on renegotiating settlement agreements. To access the booklet, click the button below.

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