Termination documents ❭ Settlement agreement document templates
Settlement agreements are legally binding contracts which can be used to end an employment relationship on agreed terms. They can also be used to resolve an ongoing workplace dispute, for example, a dispute over holiday pay. These agreements can be proposed by either an employer or an employee, although it will normally be the employer.
Once a valid settlement agreement has been signed, the employee will be unable to make an employment tribunal claim about any type of claim which is listed on the agreement.
Where the employer and employee are unable to reach an agreement, the settlement discussions cannot usually be referred to as evidence in any subsequent unfair dismissal claim. Where the settlement discussions are held to resolve an existing dispute between the parties they cannot be used as evidence in any type of claim.
Settlement agreement form template
A Settlement Agreement (previously known as a Compromise Agreement) is a legally binding agreement between you and an employee that normally provides for a termination payment by the Company in return for the employee's agreement not to pursue any claims in a Tribunal or a Court.
Settlement agreement proposal letter template
This is a standard letter which can be used where there has been previous or there is ongoing disciplinary or performance management actions and the Company would like to enter discussions with the employee about ending their employment relationship.
View my Termination template packThe 2 Settlement agreement document templates below can also be purchased as part of my Termination template pack.
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