Our client filed a complaint after problems at work affected his health. The complaint was mishandled, and we wrote a letter on his behalf, without prejudice, in which we confirmed that the delay in responding to his letter of complaint increased his concerns and resulted in a loss of confidence in his employer`s ability to provide appropriate support upon his return to work. We proposed a settlement contract on a 6-month salary and other benefits, because the client had to support a constructive unjustifiable dismissal application. Our client was invited to participate in a redundancy selection process. This letter, without prejudice, seeks to prevent prosecutions in the courts before they can be brought into their own hands and suggests that an out-of-court settlement may be more useful. Potential rights that may arise in these circumstances are constructive dismissal, denunciation and discrimination on the basis of disability. In the language of the employer, this unprejudiced letter explains how to achieve significant tax savings by accepting this letter and singing a transaction contract with you. Our client was wrongly dismissed and the procedure in which this dismissal was carried out was unfair. This is what is expressed in this letter, which draws their attention to the unnecessary delays and lack of communication that cause fear and stress to clients; no attempt has been made to consider other rankings; total lack of consultation procedures. In this letter, we proposed that the transaction contract, starting from a salary of 6 months, should be insufficient and that the legal rights and benefits, as well as the legal costs borne by the client, should be increased. Our client whistled the fraud, opened an investigation and was offered a transaction contract. In this, without prejudice to the letter, we respond on his behalf and propose a higher payment and demand exemption from some of the restrictive agreements in his employment contract. Our client`s employer has proposed a counter-count to which this impartial letter is not an answer.

This is because employees in key positions who have access to confidential information, such as a company`s business secrets, can inevitably be acquired by employees. In cases where the employee resigns, he or she somehow takes away the confidential information.