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Can You Increase your Offer? – Compromise Agreement

October 6th, 2009 · No Comments · About Compromise Agreement Blog, Compromise Agreements, Entitlement to Untaken Accrued Holidays, Offer from your employer, Signing Compromise Agreements, Untaken Holidays, Without Prejudice Discussions, Your Compromise Agreement is a Binding Contract

Even if you instigate redundancy or you are chosen for redundancy, there is usually some room to try and improve your offer from your employer.  You can only ask but you must be able to justify why the offer should be increased. You must have a valid reason in order to persuade your employer to increase the offer. Also, as we said before, please ensure that your holiday pay is taken into account .

These would be without prejudice discussions so you would not  be able to rely on them in a Tribunal action or in court proceedings (if you sign a compromise agreement then remember you cant bring any Tribunal or court proceedings).

Once the offer is revised, you mustensure that the offer is correctly represented in your compromise agreement.


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