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.
The employment tribunal in this age discrimination case found that the employer discriminated against a 77-year-old potential recruit by failing to make enquiries about alternative driving insurance cover for him after one telephone conversation with its usual insurance provider.
The employer discriminated against an employee by withdrawing his permanent health insurance (PHI) benefits when he reached the age of 55, found the employment tribunal in this age discrimination case.
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