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How to negotiate the best settlement agreement If you’re happy with your settlement agreement, you can skip to our fast advice service. But if you’re not happy with the deal, we can help give you strategic advice on your options. Here’s what to consider... Assess the deal Before you begin a negotiation,...
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The Settlement Agreement Dictionary Introduction Don’t understand some of the words in your settlement agreement? You’re not alone. From Protected Conversations to Restrictive Covenants, settlement agreements are packed with legal jargon. In fact, that’s partly why the law requires an employee to take independent legal advice before signing an agreement: it’s...
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I’ve been accused of poor performance and have been sent home until further notice (to think about a settlement agreement offer my employer has made). It feels like I’ve been banned from coming in and treated like I’m guilty of gross misconduct.  I was told they have evidence of...


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The gender pay gap for full-time workers is entirely in favour of men for all occupations, according to new analysis by the Office for National Statistics. It says that between 2011 and 2017, men’s pay has grown by 10.4% from £13.12 to £14.48 per hour while women’s pay has grown...
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People with hearing loss don’t disclose their condition to their employers because they fear it will have a negative effect on their career. That’s the finding from a new survey, by the charity Action on Hearing loss, which found that more than half of people living with deafness and...
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Forget putting your feet up over the festive season. One in three office workers check their work emails, even on Christmas Day. That’s the finding from a new study, of 1,000 employees in the UK, which also found that 47% of those surveyed expect to work and check email on...