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  1. Right i have been suffering from RSI from work, standard mouse and keyboard stuff and work were aware of the situation. Upon leaving recently i did not make my employers aware that i was going to potentially seek legal action, only going to proceed if im entitled. Anyway upon leaving i was given a signed letter by my director (not signed by me), nor explained to me which stated the following: "Please note that on acceptance of your final wage you agree that you do not hold any outstanding dues against (company name)" Is this legal and can it protect them from any workplace injury claim? Was really peed when i finally read the letter.
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