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Image to illustrate help with employment mattersWe are fully experienced at representing both employers and employees in a range of employment issues, and will provide confidential and practical advice about your employment dispute. We can also assist with advocacy if required.

A "compromise agreement" is a legally binding agreement drawn up on the termination of a contract of employment, including redundancy. Employers often use compromise agreements to prevent the possibility of being taken to a tribunal for unfair dismissal at a later date.

Before a compromise agreement (for redundancy or otherwise) can become binding it must have been checked that it is fair and explained to the employee by an independent solicitor. This should normally be paid for by the employer as part of the agreement.

We have many years' experience on advising on such agreements for a variety of different types of employee.  We can also help employers to draw up compromise agreements and advise them on what terms are likely to be deemed reasonable.  

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Special offer on employment dispute issues

Wilkins Solicitors is currently offering a fixed price £65+VAT for a 45-minute first interview advice session on employment dispute related matters. To take advantage of this offer simply download and print off a copy of our special promotions sheet and hand it to the Solicitor at your meeting. For further information please call us now on 01296 424681 or complete our enquiry form.

If you have an employment issue find out how we can help you by calling 01296 424681 or complete our enquiry form.


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