Whether it’s reasonable or not would depend on your salary.
However the maximum compensation you would get for unfair or constructive dismissal in the employment tribunal is current £78,962.
Unless you were conducting any litigation yourself, you would normally have to pay your solicitors costs out of that which would also take care of some of that money.
obviously, you have to consider how easy it is going to be for you to get another job and with your current lifestyle and financial commitments, how long the money would last. However that isn’t a legal issue.
They cannot make you redundant if the judge was not redundant but they can pay you off and it’s a case of the job not being redundant, it’s a case of them offering you enough money to sweeten the pill.
The compromise agreement is an agreement whereby you agree to take the money and forego your rights to go to tribunal.
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