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Five things we learnt in employment law this week (24 August...

A five-month suspension of the activities of an undertaking did not prevent a TUPE transfer occurring upon the appointment of a new provider...

TUPE: are we stuck with a pay rise given to an...

Q: HR conundrum: Are we stuck with a pay rise given to an employee shortly before the employee TUPE transferred to us? A: David Jones,...

Relocation, relocation, relocation

Relocation and TUPE - it's complicated. What claims can arise when the move involves collective redundancies? And who picks up the tab? Andrew Secker, Principal Associate for...

TUPE and contractual bonuses

Q: We’ve inherited employees under TUPE that had a contractual bonus linked to the transferor’s profits. Any advice? A: Kate Potts, Associate at GQ Employment Law,...

TUPE: Taking the commercial view

When it comes to TUPE, it makes sense to take a pragmatic, commercial view, says Dominic Holmes, Partner, at Taylor Vinters LLP. OK, I admit it....

TUPE and employee benefits: can we cut the package?

Q: We will inherit employees under TUPE that had generous private health cover (and permanent health insurance) under their employment contracts. Can we swop...

Should employers always look on the Brightside of life?

When informing employees that their employment is being terminated, many employers choose to provide the employee with a “kinder” reason rather than the real...

TUPE: do we have to accept an employee from our competitor?

HR conundrum: A competitor has lost a tender to us. On learning it had lost the tender, it transferred an employee from another part...

TUPE and long-term sickness

Q: I have just acquired a new customer. The employees of the old contractor came over to us under TUPE. The old contractor didn't...

What HRs need to know about employees rejecting a TUPE transfer

What happens when an employee rejects a TUPE transfer? Christopher Hitchins, head of the employment practice at Katten Muchin Rosenman UK LLP, looks at what...