7. Do I have to inform my next employer that I have signed a transaction agreement and can I discuss the transaction publicly? There is no obligation for you to disclose the existence of a transaction contract to your next employer. In fact, privacy rules may prevent you from revealing the fact that you have signed a transaction agreement. However, it is possible that the parties will discuss and agree on what you are going to tell both parties to your next employer Generally, the lawsuits end in a transaction, with an empirical analysis that indicates that less than 2% of cases end in a trial, 90% of the violations are settled and about 50% of the other civil cases are settled.  Your lawyer should advise you on the continued loss of pension, especially if you have a permanent pension. Pension contributions must be continued during the notice period, unless your contract says otherwise. If an agreement is reached with your employer to pay a lump sum to your pension under the billing conditions, you may be eligible for the tax-free payment. A transaction contract could involve your employer, who promises to pay you a sum of money, no longer illegitimate you or treat both. Whether you have a good deal depends on the facts of each case. In order to meet the minimum legal requirements of a valid transaction contract, your lawyer is not required to advise the employee on the merits of any legal rights against the employer, i.e. whether the agreement is a good or bad deal. The fee you pay usually covers the first consultation on the effects of signing the contract and we will always try to cover our fees from your employer and not from you.
In most cases, two parties are free to enter into a legally binding contract between them. However, since a worker can waive valuable rights by signing a transaction contract, the law is intended to protect workers by requiring them to receive independent legal advice before signing. As such, the law stipulates that a transaction contract must be written for a transaction contract to be valid; 2) refers to a specific claim or claim; 3) are signed by the worker 4) certify that the worker has received independent legal advice, 5) certify that legal counsel must be identified and insured and 6) certify that the rules governing transaction agreements have been respected. Most of the time, it will be by a qualified lawyer, but it could also be a union representative or an adviser with the authority to advise on transaction agreements.