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Settlement Agreements – What Employers need to know
Settlement Agreements are often used to bring an employment relationship to an end where a mutual parting of ways is preferred over a compulsory dismissal. It is a legally binding contract between an employee and employer which usually gives the employee money in return for their agreement not to sue the employer. Settlement Agreements can…Read more
Settlement Agreements Settlement agreements can be a complicated business. Why not contact Thursfields Solicitors in Halesowen for clear advice about a settlement agreement. If you are an employer or an employee looking at a settlement agreement, we can give you the knowledge and advice to help you decide how to move forward. For a settlement…Read more
Settlement agreements and confidentiality clauses (part 1)
When a dispute arises between two or more parties, the parties may want to try to reach an agreement which is a reciprocal compromise for both parties. The terms of such an agreement are often contained within a settlement agreement. Reaching an agreement and entering into a settlement agreement can help avoid litigation costs and…Read more
Redundancy & Settlement
Have you been asked to sign a settlement agreement or are you facing redundancy? We are here to help!Read more
What is a settlement agreement?
Employers will often offer employees who are leaving (whether by way of resignation or dismissal) a settlement agreement. A settlement agreement effectively buys ‘peace of mind’ for the employer because if the employee signs it, they expressly agree that they will not bring any legal proceedings against their former employer arising out of their employment…Read more
Settlement Agreement Solicitors in Solihull
Are you searching for a settlement agreement solicitor in Solihull? Look no further than Thursfields Solicitors in Solihull. We are one of Solihull’s most reputable law firm, we offer over 100 years of experience to the people and business’s in and around the Solihull area. Thursfields Solicitors is a full-service law firm with offices across…Read more
I have been offered a settlement agreement. What do I do next?
Being offered a settlement agreement can be a confusing time for an employee. It is likely to signal the end of the employment relationship and while sometimes this can feel a relief for an employee, very often this can also be a worrying time. To make matters more confusing the settlement agreement document that an…Read more
Settlement Agreement Advice Birmingham
A settlement agreement can be used when a dispute between two or more parties arises, it is usually between an employer and an employee. If a compromise can be met among the parties this can be called a settlement agreement. Reaching a settlement agreement between both parties can help avoid further legal action which can…Read more
Settlement Agreement Solicitors Worcester
Here at Thursfield’s Solicitors we offer straight forward advice about settlement agreements. Helping you as an employer or employee to make an informed decision. For a settlement agreement to be legal and binding you must seek advice from a professional ensuring that the terms and conditions of the document are accurate. If you are searching…Read more
Settlement Agreement Solicitor Kidderminster
Settlement Agreements Settlement agreements can be a confusing and messy business. Why not contact us here at Thursfields Solicitors in Kidderminster for clear advice about any settlement agreement issues you may have. If you are an employee or an employer looking for advice on a settlement agreement, we can give you the information required to…Read more
What is a Settlement Agreement?
Under the current economic circumstances, settlement agreements or compromise agreements, as they used to be called, may become more prevalent as companies have to make some difficult decisions regarding their workforce. Here’s our Top Five Tips to understanding Settlement Agreements: 1 – Simply put, they are a legal contract between an employee and employer which…Read more