There are many other terms that you will find in a compromise agreement and, due to its complete and definitive nature, you must bear that your interests are properly protected when negotiating the agreement. There is no turning back. In the United Kingdom, a compromise agreement[1] is a certain type of legally regulated contract between an employer and his or her employee (or former employee) under which the worker receives consideration, often a negotiated financial sum, in exchange for the agreement that he or she no longer has rights against the employer due to a breach of a legal obligation by the employer. [2] [3] [4] Your employer will discuss with you what should be included in the agreement, either face-to-face or in writing. A settlement agreement could involve your employer promising to pay you a sum of money, to stop dealing with you illegally, or both. You need this agreement to prevent your employee from asserting a remedy before the labour court that can be costly and have uncertain consequences. You may be can negotiate a transaction contract amount for bodily injury…