Can a Non-IT1 Agreement through the LRA be negotiated and agreed on a collective basis with the trade unions or does it have to be signed by individuals?

Posted in : First Tuesday Q&A NI on 5 January 2010
Emma-Jane Flannery
Arthur Cox

For those of you who may not be familiar with the term, a “Non-IT1 Agreement” (nowadays these are more properly referred to as non-ET1 agreements in reference to the tribunal claim forms) is a form used to record the terms of settlement of an industrial and/or fair employment tribunal claim (or potential employment claim) negotiated between the employer and employee with the assistance of a Labour Relations Agency conciliation officer. Usually, in return for an agreed payment, the employee, by signing the Non-IT1 Agreement, waives the employment claims that he or she has against his or her

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Emma-Jane Flannery
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