TUPE: Service Provision Change
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) recently reaffirmed that for a service provision change to have taken place under the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection...
David McRae
4th Aug 2016
No direct route to compensation from a transferee company under TUPE
In a recent case before the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) a number of claimants had tried to bring claims against the transferee on the basis that it had...
Stuart Swan
9th May 2014
Employment Law Hot Topics in November 2012
Government publishes consultation on reservists, Proposal to give all employees the right to request flexible working and more…
David Reid
15th Nov 2012
No TUPE transfer when the service provision change is in respect of a short-term contract - Expert Comments
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has defined a 12-month contract as ‘short-term’ and therefore excluded from the application of the TUPE Regulations...
David Reid
15th Nov 2012
Latest Employment Law News in November 2012
Bus driver dismissed because of his British National Party membership, Labour’s plans to support ‘living wage’ campaign and more…
David Reid
9th Nov 2012
Dismissals due to harmonisation of terms and conditions as a result of a TUPE transfer found automatically unfair
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) recently outlined the circumstances in which a dismissal to give effect to contractual changes will be automatically...
David Reid
13th Sep 2012
Employment Law Hot Topics in September 2012
Dismissals from harmonisation of T&Cs as a result of TUPE, HMRC taxes employee's damages for breach of contract - Employment Law News in September
David Reid
13th Sep 2012
Directors not part of ‘organised grouping of employees’ under TUPE
Recently, the EAT has upheld a decision that directors of a housing charity providing services to a local authority did not transfer under the Transfer of...
David Reid
17th Aug 2012
Employment Law Reforms - Expert Comments
Employment law reform has recently become a hot topic for the mainstream political media in a way that perhaps we have not seen since the 1970s. The reforms...
David Reid
22nd Nov 2011
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