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Transfer of undertakings (TUPE) laws safeguard employees’ rights when there is a transfer of a business or service from one organisation (the transferor) to another organisation (the transferee).
On a TUPE transfer, the contracts of employment of transferring staff transfer to the new employer, which also inherits the transferor’s duties and liabilities under those contracts.
After the transfer, the new employer is restricted in its ability to makes changes to the transferring employees’ contracts of employment.
24 Oct 2006
Our company has won some outsourced work from a client and, under TUPE 2006, I understand this may qualify as...
12 Sep 2006
Practical problems with the new TUPE laws are coming to light almost immediately. John McMullen highlights the difficulties
26 Jul 2006
Staff to strike over privatisation plans at NHS Logistics.
26 Jun 2006
Staff impacted by the BBC's decision to outsource a number of HR services are to go on strike this Friday in protest at Capita's decision not to allow them to continue working on BBC contracts
7 Jun 2006
Michael Duggan outlines the key changes in TUPE legislation.
7 Jun 2006
Duty to inform and consult employee representatives about a TUPE transfer
30 May 2006
Dismissals and TUPE transfers
25 May 2006
A BNP councillor employed as a bus driver to transport vulnerable adults and childre was fairly dismissed, Court of Appeal says
2 May 2006
TUPE aims to protect employees' terms and conditions when a business is transferred to a new employer. The revised regulations came into force on 6 April 2006
14 Mar 2006
Julie Quinn, partner, and Sarah Henchoz, associate, Allen & Overy
21 Feb 2006
The new Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations (TUPE) will significantly strengthen the rights of staff involved in a transfer and will be a "bitter blow" to employers, lawyers have warned.
6 Feb 2006
Guidance for employers on carrying out TUPE transfers is available from the DTI.
27 Sep 2005
Sarah-Marie Williams, solicitor at Clyde & Co, looks at changes to the TUPE regulations, and what they will mean for the parties involved in a transfer. Provided by XpertHR www.xperthr.co.uk
7 Sep 2005
The HR director at William Hill has criticised the Transport & General Workers' Union, after an employment tribunal threw out the union's complaint.