(1A) For the purposes of paragraph 1(c), a settlement agreement is a written agreement to resolve a dispute under which a party has the right to present arbitration proceedings or the labour court. In any CCMA case, it is the employer who would make an offer of transaction to the worker. It is up to the employee to decide if they accept the offer. When the parties enter into a full and final settlement agreement to terminate the employment relationship, most employers feel that the matter is resolved and that the worker has waived his or her right to refer the matter to the CCMA. All this means that before an order is adopted by the Labour Court, in accordance with Article 158(1) of the EC Treaty. .