Cop 3 Agreement


Almost all the labor rights granted to workers can be found in government legislation. Since these rights are so important and fundamental, the same legislative provisions that confer the rights generally provide that they cannot be given by workers for money or in any other way, unless they have been previously advised by a suitably qualified person. This is usually a lawyer, but it can also be ACAS, a union official or a legal framework. If a worker has potential rights at work and the employer wishes to have a clean break so that none of these rights can be invoked against him, he will want to enter into a settlement agreement with the worker. The objectives and rules of the agreement should be clearly defined. . . .

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