Expert legal support on all TUPE related issues, and with negotiating the employment aspects of business purchase and outsourcing agreements.

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Make sure you comply with the complex requirements of TUPE legislation

If the ownership of your business changes or your business is involved in an outsourcing arrangement, you are likely to have obligations to any affected employees.

The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006, commonly known as TUPE, may apply where a business, or part of a business, is transferred from one party to another. TUPE may also apply where the provider of services in an outsourcing arrangement changes.

It is important for employers to recognise a situation where TUPE may apply and take legal advice to ensure compliance with the complex requirements of the legislation.

Our employment solicitors offer expert support on all TUPE related issues including identifying whether there will be a TUPE transfer. We will carry out due diligence on the rights and liabilities which may be inherited under TUPE and help you manage all the information and consultation requirements as well as pre and post transfer changes to terms and conditions of employment and TUPE related dismissals.

The team also has considerable experience of negotiating the employment aspects of business purchase agreements and outsourcing agreements with a view to ensuring contractual protections from the risks that TUPE can present to businesses.

If you’re making changes in your business to which TUPE may apply, contact our employment legal team in St Albans, Harpenden or Luton for expert advice.

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