Compromise agreement calculator

How much could you be entitled to?

Our Compromise Agreement Calculator will let you know how much your compromise payment could be.

If your employer has offered you a compromise settlement agreement, or you are trying to negotiate one, this calculator will give you an idea of what you could expect to receive.

Once you have the compromise figure, complete the form or call us, and we will help you to achieve this. If you are happy with the amount offered in the compromise agreement, contact us as we will be able to sign it off quickly and efficiently.

Calculate Your Basic Compromise Agreement Award

  • Age

  • Years service with employer

  • Notice period

    What period of notice would you have to give to resign from your employment.
  • Number of Employees

    How many employees in your organisation.
  • Are there any disciplinary proceedings?

  • Are you on sick leave?

  • Do you believe you are being discriminated against?

  • Have you submitted a grievance?

  • Without commas please.

This calculator is only meant to provide a rough guide to what you should receive, contact us today for a more detailed look at your situation and to discuss your case.

Your Compromise Agreement claim is likely to be:

result range

Contact us today by calling 0113 320 5000 or completing our online contact form for any employment law queries or further information on how we come to these figures.

* Please note that this is a simple online tool for reference only, rather than a legally correct figure. The amount received will be dependent on your individual circumstances and may require evidence. Contact us to find out more.

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