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Gordon Turner Employment Lawyers

The latest employment law updates and announcements from Gordon Turner Employment Lawyers.

Negotiating a Settlement Agreement in 2021

Relations between an employer and an employee can sometimes be fragile and often it’s really better to cut to the chase and talk about an amicable way forward. But even this can be tricky as once these kinds of discussions are on their way it can be difficult to maintain trust and loyalty.

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Redundancy in Lockdown

You’re not alone…

If you’ve been offered a Settlement Agreement due to the current economic uncertainty, you are certainly not alone…The CIPD published a report in Autumn 20 indicating 30% of employers were planning to make redundancies and other steps to cut workforce costs such as furlough, redeployment and cutting bonuses- ‘Labour Market Outlook: Autumn 2020.’

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Happy Birthday Alan Turner (aka Dad)!

We all know what a letter from the Queen means...well here's a certificate and letter from the President of the Law Society congratulating my Dad on 60 years as a solicitor.

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DO -v -NHS – June 2019

NHS Employee wins £185,000 in a breach of contract claim regarding redundancy pay.

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Do I Need to Accept a Settlement Agreement?

If your employer has offered you a settlement agreement, you may be wondering whether you have to accept what is on offer. It is a legal requirement that you receive independent legal advice on the terms and effect on you of the settlement agreement. As part of the review we will discuss any employment law issues such as potential claims. If the departure is amicable, we can focus just on the terms. We will help you decide whether to accept the agreement. Within the fixed fee service, we will enter reasonable negotiations on your behalf.

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