Leaving Soon?

If you have decided to leave your employment and head off to pastures new, there are a few loose ends you should be aware of tying up before you say goodbye.

You should go over your employment contract and work out what you are entitled to and if there are any restrictions on your future activities. Your employment contract may limit who you can work for once you have left your employment and it may contain a confidentiality clause.

In addition, you may have been offered a compromise agreement. It is vitally important that you understand the terms of a compromise agreement before signing it as you could be giving up your right to seek compensation in an Employment Tribunal.

Where now?

Retiring?

You may be leaving your job due to retirement. Whilst many people look forward to retirement, others may find themselves forced into retirement by their employer. It is important to understand the law in relation to retirement and your rights.

Redundancy

Another reason you may be leaving your employment soon is because you have been made redundant. Redundancy is a complex area of employment law and you should be aware of your rights in this area.

If you are leaving your employment soon, you may wish to speak to an employment law solicitor to get some legal advice.

Job Justice is here to help.

Our website is full of employment law information in order to help you work out if you have an employment claim. If you think you do, you may want to talk to a specialist solicitor about your legal options.

We can put you in touch with one of our local employment solicitors. Simply call us for free on 0800 533 5799 or fill in the online contact form and we’ll be in touch to discuss your situation.

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