Updated to include information on Mears Homecare Ltd v Bradburn, on the transfer of national minimum wage record-keeping obligations.
Updated to include information on Tabberer and others v Mears Ltd, on whether or not a variation of contract was by reason of the transfer.
Practical guidance on dismissals in the context of a TUPE transfer, including who has liability for dismissals; economic, technical and organisational reasons for dismissal; and information and consultation.
Practical guidance on pension provision for employees who transfer to a new employer under TUPE, including "Beckmann rights"; auto-enrolment; and Fair Deal and "best value" provisions for the public sector.
Practical guidance on dealing with the benefits of employees who transfer to the organisation under TUPE, including the difference between contractual and discretionary benefits; flexible benefit schemes; and the risks if there is no "ETO reason" for varying terms and conditions.
Practical guidance on dealing with the situation where the transferee disputes that TUPE applies to the transfer in question, in particular in relation to service provision changes.
Practical guidance on arranging the election of employee representatives for informing and consulting on a TUPE transfer.
Practical step-by-step advice on how to manage workplace situations relating to TUPE.
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