Specialist expertise to help you navigate the complex TUPE process.
The TUPE Regulations apply where a business is buying another business or part of another business or were a service provided by a business is either being contracted out, or if already contracted out, being brought back in-house or is being contracted out to a new company.
TUPE regulations protect employees’ rights when they transfer to a new employer. TUPE stands for Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment).
When TUPE applies, the continuity of service and terms and conditions of employment of transferring employees are maintained. This will include:
- holiday entitlement and sick pay entitlement
- any promises made to the employee
- any other terms of the employment contract.
The TUPE process can be complex and there may be financial penalties for not correctly observing the requirements. When done properly, the TUPE process can be both advantageous and simple for all parties. Our team has the expertise to ensure this is the case.
Our approach to TUPE
Our team of specialist employment law and HR experts have experience of TUPE from both a buyer’s and seller’s perspective. We can work with you to help you navigate through the process and what’s involved. We will also ensure that your TUPE process is compliant with the correct business transfer regulation.
To speak with one of our employment law and HR specialists, please call 0116 2045 305 or alternatively you can click the contact us button and email your enquiry using the contact form.
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