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TUPE and changes to contractual terms

When an employee transfers to your employment under TUPE, their existing contractual terms are legally protected. But what if a term is out of date, for example an unused travel allowance? Can you remove it? More...

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TUPE, employee liability information and bonuses

On a TUPE transfer the outgoing employer must give the incoming employer certain employee liability information in writing 28 days before it takes place. Does that include providing information about bonuses? More...

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TUPE transfers and absent employees

When a business changes hands its employees will generally transfer to the new owner or service provider under TUPE. But what happens if an employee is absent on long-term sick leave. Do they automatically transfer or not? More...

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TUPE transfer: is the consultation binding?

You’ve been talking to another firm about taking over its business and have consulted with the affected employees under TUPE. If the deal doesn’t go ahead, could those employees still claim there was a TUPE transfer? More...

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Micro businesses and TUPE consultation

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Q&A - TUPE: checking the right to work

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TUPE: there’s an outstanding disciplinary appeal

You’re in the process of taking over another business and all its staff under TUPE. It recently dismissed an employee who is appealing that decision. What are the risks for you if the outgoing employer fails to hear their appeal? More...

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What do you think about TUPE?

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Look closely at employment contracts

If you’re planning on buying another business, or part of one, there are many areas that you need to look at during your due diligence checks. But why is it so vital to focus on what’s in the transferring employees’ employment contracts? More...

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Easing the transition

You’re about to buy another business and want to ensure that matters proceed smoothly in terms of employment relations and easing the existing staff into your company. So what type of “people” issues should you be considering? More...
Last updated: 07.12.2018

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