Case Study: Compromise Agreement Advice UK
Compromise Agreement Advice Uk Are you seeking a compromise agreement after a dispute with your employer and require expert legal advice in the UK? If you have had a dispute with your employer and they have breached terms in their duty and in in your contract of employment the highly skilled professionals at Oakwood Solicitors could negotiate a compromise agreement on your behalf to secure you recompense without bringing the case to an employment tribunal maximising to achieve the optimum outcome for you.
A compromise agreement can be used as a method to resolve disputes and issues with your employer without taking them to an employment tribunal. It is a legally binding agreement which can be made either during or following the termination of your employment and bring yours employment to an end. The employee is usually provided with a severance payment for which in return they must agree not to pursue any further claim a grievance against the employer. For a compromise agreement to be valid you must take independent legal advice from a lawyer or solicitor.
Philip Landau of the Guardian reported that “employers have many years now have increasingly used compromise agreement as a mechanism for preventing possible future complaints to tribunal”.
Are you considering a compromise agreement with your employer instead of bringing a claim against him to an employment tribunal and seek legal advice from professionals who are experts in employment law in the UK? The highly qualified and extremely dedicated legal professionals at Oakwood Solicitors could negotiate on your behalf to help you secure the maximum possible compensation award that can be reached from a compromise agreement with your employer or former employer to ensure you do not suffer any further undue stress or hassle and without taking the case to an employment tribunal or court.
The highly skilled legal professionals at Oakwood Solicitors could advise you on the best course of action to pursue recompense following your employment dispute whether this is bringing a claim against your employer to an employment tribunal or forming a compromise agreement.
Mr F from Warwick recently contacted the employment law team at Oakwood Solicitors to discuss a TUPE transfer complaint. Our extremely dedicated legal professionals are currently investigating this complaint made by Mr F so we can advise him on the best course of action to ensure that he secures the full compensation that he justly deserves if he has been affected adversely by the TUPE transfer.
The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE) was put in place to protect an employee if the company that they work for changes hands.
If you would like to know more about making a compromise agreement with your employer and advice on how best to proceed make a no obligation call to the friendly and knowledgeable legal professionals at Oakwood Solicitors who have extensive experience in successfully handling and negotiating cases for a diverse range of issues involving employment law all over the UK on: (0844) 844 9866.