Javaid, Makbool
August 2007
People Management;8/9/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 16, p19
The article deals with issues concerning the new Transfer of Undertakings Protection of Employment (TUPE) regulations in Great Britain. It cites the implications of the TUPE rules for professional services firms in the country. It discusses the employment tribunal's decision on the case Hunt versus Storm Communications, Wild Card Public Relations and Brown Brothers Wines, which demonstrates the problems for professional services firms when contracts change hands. It also offers some tips to employers on minimizing the risks associated with TUPE.


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