I……………………………………….. from……. d, in particular, its impact on its ability to assert the claims referred to in Annex 1 to the Agreement. What is a compromise agreement? A compromise agreement is a document involving an employer and a worker, which defines the responsibilities and results of the separation or separation of the worker from the employer and must be drawn up in accordance with certain legal guidelines. 7.1 The employee confirms that he or she has received independent consultation on the terms and implications of this Agreement, and in particular on its impact on his or her ability to pursue a complaint before a labour court or a [NOM] tribunal of [FIRMA/ORGANISATION], which is a relevant independent advisor and which must sign the certificate provided for in Annex 2 to this Agreement. if such rights are known or may be known to the parties or, in their consideration, in any jurisdiction at the time of this Agreement, including, but not, the claims referred to in Annex 1 (each of which is indicated and issued), but excluding all claims of the employee for the purposes of this Agreement, all claims for personal injury [not incurred at the time of this Agreement] and any bodily injury acquired pension rights, which are not known to the worker and which could not reasonably have been known at the time of this Agreement. g. This agreement aims to bind and benefit the parties, their heirs, their representatives, their legal representatives, their beneficiaries and their beneficiaries. A simple agreement between an employer and an employee to jeopardize the contractual and legal rights of a worker in the event of termination of the employment relationship.
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