When serious disputes arise and an employment relationship sours, the aim of both parties should be to find a mutually agreeable way of terminating the employment contract.
My initial contact with Sarah and her team put me at ease immediately. Firstly, they listened to me and based on the initial information, gave very sound advice as to what was wrong and how it could be dealt with. After they had reviewed the original documentation they were able to recommend a line of action that could resolve the situation for my daughter who had been wrongfully dismissed and had unlawful deduction of wages. Throughout the case, Sarah and her team excelled themselves in the professional, caring and supportive manner in which they successfully dealt with the case on my daughter’s behalf.Diana Newman, Teligent
Termination and Settlement Agreements
Whether employer or employee, negotiation and discussion of termination and settlement agreements often becomes emotionally-charged and difficult. Diffusing the immediate situation, giving clarity and a little ‘distance’, we can take the strain. Bringing our wide experience to bear, exploring all the options and ultimately, working to help find a practical, commercial and acceptable solution to ending the relationship.