Resolving employment issues swiftly and discreetly, without a lengthy disciplinary process, to reduce risks and disruption
EXIT PACKAGES & SETTLEMENT AGREEMENTS
Exit packages & settlement agreements
Exit packages and settlement agreements, also known as compromise agreements, are often used to quickly exit employees without a lengthy disciplinary process. The agreement is legal binding and waive an employees right to take any future legal action against the employer.
Negotiating a suitable exit package can have benefits for both the employer and the employee. An agreement will help to resolve employment issues swiftly and confidentiality without resulting in a lengthy disciplinary process or employment tribunal.
Settlement agreements protect businesses and provide security against any future legal action or breeches of confidentiality.
Along with the financial benefits, a suitable exit package will also protect an individuals professional reputation and avoid the stress and uncertainty of litigation.
Our approach to exit packages & settlement agreements
The Bray & Bray employment team have experience of working for both businesses and individuals to help negotiate and advise on exit packages and settlement agreements.
We take time to understand the background and your desired outcome and provide pragmatic advice that focuses on reaching an agreement as quickly as possible.
We can advise on negotiating, drafting and enforcing settlement agreements, providing you with certainty and peace of mind that your interests are protected.
To speak with one of our specialist employment and HR specialists, please call 0116 254 8871 or alternatively you can click the contact us button and email your enquiry using the contact form.
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