What is a compromise agreement?
A compromise agreement is a legally binding agreement made between the employer and employee which sets out the terms of employment termination by mutual agreement.
The purpose of the agreement is to settle any potential claims the employee may have against the business and in return the employer will agree to pay the employee financial compensation, also known as an ex-gratia payment. It will also be possible to have clauses included in the agreement to benefit the employee, for example to have a mutually agreed reference attached to be used for future employment applications.
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