Good planning holds the key to successful Tupe transfers

September 2010
People Management;9/16/2010, p34
This article looks at some legal issues that must be considered by employers in Great Britain in outsourcing some of their activities. It warns employers about the Tupe regulations, which are intended to protect contractual rights of employees. It also advises employers to be aware about the rights of employees to resign and claim unfair dismissal. The article notes the importance of a dialogue between employers and employees during the consultation process to avoid such issues.


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