- A lump sum payment to be made to the employee as compensation for loss of office
- The Employee agrees not to pursue a claim/legal proceedings against the employer in the Employment Tribunal or in the civil courts
- A statement of the fact that the first £30,000.00 of the lump sum payment by way of compensation for loss of office can be paid tax free, but that the employee provides a tax indemnity to the employer in respect of any tax due
- That there will be confidentiality in relation to trade secrets, the existence of the Settlement Agreement, and the terms and conditions of the Settlement Agreement
- No derogatory remarks by either party in relation to the other
- Return of employers property by employee
- The position on post termination restrictive covenants is often set out
- That the employer will provide an agreed reference for the employee to prospective future employers, a copy of the agreed wording of which is annexed to the Settlement Agreement
- Confirmation that the employee has received independent legal advice
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