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What You Need To Know About Settlement Agreements

Settlement Agreement

Settlement agreements are legally binding contracts that are used to end an employment relationship between the employer and employee. They came into effect in 2013 and they are used to stop individuals bringing a claim to a court or an employment tribunal.

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Ambiguity and the meaning of dismissal

The difference between a dismissal and a ‘mutually agreed termination’ is a point often tested in UK employment law. The fallout for an employer for mistakenly thinking a dismissal is a termination agreed between them and the employee, can be quite disastrous.

The Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) recently gave a good example on distinguishing the two situations in the case of Francis v Pertemps Recruitment.

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Further plans by the Government to provide businesses more flexibility through changing employment laws

I know it may only seem as though it was yesterday that I was informing everyone on the consultation about the employment tribunal but I can assure you that it was last month! So I thought for those of you who are following the reforms I would provide you with a short summary of the proposal by Business Secretary Vince Cable on 14 September. He announced further steps to reduce employment law in his vision to give business owners/managers more flexibility in managing their workforce.

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