Expert Compromise Agreement Solicitors – UK Employment Law
Compromise Agreement Solicitors If you are looking to make a ?compromise agreement? with your employer after a result of a breach in their statutory obligation then you should speak to Oakwood Solicitors who will be able to assist you in doing this successfully.
In the UK a compromise agreement is a specific type of contract between an employer and their employee (or former employee) where an employee receives consideration often in the form of compensation in exchange for agreeing that they will make no further claim against their employer as a result of a breach of statutory obligation by their employer.
Oakwood Solicitors are experts in the field of employment law and they will be able to assist you in building a case which has enough merit to achieve compensation. According to the CIPD in a survey of employers in March 2011 the average compensation package under a compromise agreement was œ10000 with one in five reporting a typical payment of œ25000 or more.
By using a solicitor at Oakwood Solicitors we will be able to challenge the amount of compensation being offered under a compromise agreement and negotiate an increase. We may also be able to challenge an employer to go down the compromise agreement root in the first place. Many employers can be receptive to similar requests and this is why you need a legal team to assist you in creating a reasoned argument under a legal basis.
If you are looking to make a compromise agreement between yourself and your employer then you should use Oakwood Solicitors who will be able to assist you in receiving the maximum amount of compensation under this agreement.
The majority of compromise agreements are arranged either during or following the termination of an employees? contract. By making a compromise agreement you agree not to pursue any claim or grievance you may have in an employment tribunal.
We recently received an enquiry from Ms M who believes that she received an unfair dismissal from her place of work. To receive compensation for Ms M we would need to prove that her employer breached the legally binding agreement between them and from this we would either make a compromise agreement between Ms M and her employer or we would take her case to an employment tribunal.
Oakwood Solicitors do not charge any upfront fees for using their services and we work on a ?no win no fee? basis. We can discuss your eligibility during an initial consultation to make a successful claim against your employer after or during the termination of your contract free of charge.
If you are looking to arrange a compromise agreement with your employer then why not speak to Oakwood Solicitors to discuss your eligibility to do this free of charge today on:0844 844 9866.