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Mutual consent termination of employment has been agreed but

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mutual consent termination of employment has been agreed but how should it be signed the employer is suggesting the employee signs and then returns the document to be signed by the employer and witnessed by a member of the union. the employer is requesting that all parties sign simultaniously two original documents one for each party to retain. what is the usual way to handle this. it is a very basic case only two months salary involved but more important is the reference which has been agreed
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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
to ensure that all parties sign and that an original is retained by the employer together with a to whom it may concern reference as well as the agreed reference should one or more be requested in the future. i understood that all parties should be present to sign but if this is not the case we need to know and if it is not then the employer should sign after the employer and retain his copy
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
sorry employee should sign after the employer
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
we have an agreed document it is just the process of the signing we need to be sure of
Is this a formal settlement agreement?
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