It`s important that you understand everything in the agreement, and if there`s something you can`t comply with (or a provision you`ve already violated), you should discuss it with your lawyer. You and your employer can propose a transaction agreement. No no. But depending on the circumstances, your employer can still fire you fairly. If you decline the offer, you may not have a better one. If you feel mistreated, you can still make a claim after refusing a transaction, but you may not receive as much money as you were originally offered. Remember that the terms of a transaction must be agreed between both parties and your lawyer can advise you on what would be appropriate in your circumstances. Similarly, if you have had a disagreement with a colleague, you may be considered inconvenient if you make a formal complaint instead of trying to resolve the matter informally or through your supervisor or human resources department. If you have been subjected to illegal wage deductions, if your contract has been violated or modified, and if you wish to work in protest, you should consider a complaint in case of failure of informal efforts, such as.B apprehension of the problem at your supervisor. Before meeting with the labor attorney, make sure you have a copy of your employment contract, personnel manual, and policies, as well as any relevant notifications, commission or bonus checks, or reports or agreements, as well as any evidence you wish to review in order to strengthen the lawyer`s position in order to increase or improve your trading conditions.
In some circumstances, you may be satisfied with a very fundamental factual reference, but a full descriptor reference on your skills and performance is usually preferable. The agreement should also specify that if your former employer is asked to speak orally about you or fill out a box form about you, the information they provide you is no less favourable than the agreed text. . . .