This checklist is a useful summary of the steps involved in determining whether or not TUPE applies to a particular transaction.
For use by Transferor or Transferee: This template needs to be tailored to the particular circumstances which apply.
The aim of TUPE is to protect employees when a business changes hands or there is a change of service provider.
This checklist is a useful summary of the main issues Transferees need to consider following a TUPE transfer.
Changes to the 2006 TUPE Regulations apply to all TUPE transfers occurring on 31 January 2014 onwards with the exception of the change to Employee Liability Information which will only
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In the TUPE context, transferees may collectively consult with the transferring workforce prior to the transfer date, provided certain conditions are met, see TUPE Information & Consultation
TUPE gives employees of both the transferor and the transferee special protection from dismissal where the sole or principal reason for the dismissal is the transfer itself. Such dismissals
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