June 20 Value Offer – Employment Deed of Release ePublication
Save on The Employment Deed of Release
Termination or Transition is the inevitable endpoint of the human resources life cycle.
All employees will eventually leave the organisation, whether it be retirement, redundancy, termination or moving to new opportunities.
The role of HR, in this process, is to ensure that all policies and procedures are followed. These may involve an exit interview; confirming the employee’s entitlements; checking on correct termination payments; and protecting the organisation from detrimental actions of the soon-to-be ex-employee.
Additionally, the employee may be unsure of their entitlements and or rights, and make demands on the Employer. Some of the demands may be both genuine and relatively easy to negotiate and resolve.
Often there can be ambiguity and uncertainty as to the specific solution to the demands. This leads to a level of animosity and ill-feelings. In turn, it can mean one party is left feeling the result is unsatisfactory.
Therefore it is wise to use a Deed of Release, so all parties have an accurate record of the discussion and agreement of all separation issues.
This ePublication lists various matters that a Deed of Release should include.
It also has a section which explains the reasoning and offers insights into why certain matters are to be considered for inclusion.
Some examples of useful matters for discussion with the employee include:
- Coverage of potential claims
- Legal enforceability
- Consequences for breach of terms
Moreover Enterprise Care provides the Employment Deed of Release as a Word document template. Hence you can readily customise it for use in your organisation.
During June it is available as a Value Offer for $150.00 only (RRP $180.00), save over 15% – great value!