First Scottish Searching Services Ltd v McDine and another EATS/0051/10
Reports relating to this case:
Unfair dismissal: Scoring employees from transferor and transferee separately in redundancy exercise did not lead to unfair dismissals
- 19 September 2011
In First Scottish Searching Services Ltd v McDine and another EATS/0051/10, the EAT held that, where a redundancy exercise was carried out by a transferee, post transfer, it was not unfair for it to have conducted the scoring of former employees of the transferor separately using former managers of the transferor.
- 17 March 2011
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that the employment tribunal was wrong to find that the absence of a system of moderating two sets of redundancy scores following a TUPE transfer rendered the selection process unfair.