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Entries from June 19th, 2014

Entering into a settlement agreement with a company that is part of a group of companies

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Each employee should be aware that when he or she signs a settlement agreement with an employer, if the employer is a company then the employee would typically┬ábe entering into a settlement agreement/compromise agreement with the following (if these exist): the parent company, any subsidiaries, the directors and agents of the company. It may be […]

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Agreeing your reference if you are being made redundant

June 18th, 2014 · No Comments · Compromise Agreements

Many employers provide standard references now and these are usually attached as a schedule or appendix to the settlement agreements/compromise agreements of employees who are being made redundant. Prior to signing your settlement agreement, it is a good idea to ensure that the reference has been checked and agreed upon. This reduces the risk for […]

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