A compromise agreement can be a quick and effective way to solve an employment dispute with your employer without the need for employment tribunal proceedings.
A compromise agreement is a legally binding agreement with your employer, usually made to set out agreed terms when your employment ends. In return for offering you a termination payment, your employer requires you to give up your rights to make claims about your employment or its termination. It is important to understand your potential claims and their value to ensure that everything due to you is included in the compromise agreement.
For the agreement to be effective the employee must receive independent legal advice on its terms. North West Employment Law’s solicitors can provide that legal advice and can negotiate the terms of your compromise agreement.
For further information please read our Employee’s Guide To Compromise Agreements
We can advise by telephone or in person
In nearly all cases your employer will pay for the cost of our legal advice and assistance and there will be nothing for you to pay.
- Compromise Agreements
- Contracts Of Employment
- Equal Pay
- Family Rights