Waiver of Claims: Your employer will want to ensure that the agreement prevents you from making future claims against your employer. The agreement usually specifies which claims are dropped (i.e. unjustified termination and/or breach of contract). In any case, there will often be a huge list of laws that you agree to waive any right of claim. This is quite common. However, your employer cannot force you to waive your right to claim bodily injury that you were not aware of when you signed the contract. Nor can you renounce your acquired pension rights or apply the actual terms of the agreement yourself. This can be several months away, or very often the proposed date is only a few days away from the time you submitted the agreement (or the date has already expired). The date of your notice also depends on the notice period to which you are entitled (see below). Restrictive agreements: If you have restrictive agreements in your employment contract, they may be reconfirmed in the settlement agreement. It is important to check that the restrictions set out in the agreement are not more onerous than those that appear in your initial employment contract. It may also be possible to negotiate a reduction or, in some cases, a complete lifting of all or part of the restrictions.
If restrictive alliances are new, they also need to be reviewed to see if they are too heavy and if you should accept them at all. .