What information must we provide to affected employees in a TUPE transfer?Posted in : How do I handle it NI on 19 June 2018 Issues covered:
I am an HR Manager of a business which is to be sold and I believe that the provisions of TUPE will apply to the sale. I know that I have to inform the affected employees (there are 12), but how far do I have to go? Can I just tell them the date of the transfer, or should I provide more specific information?
Regulation 13(2) of TUPE, the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006, sets out certain information that must be provided to the appropriate representatives in a transfer situation. For the purposes of this query, I will assume that the appropriate representatives are in place already. The information to be provided should consist of the following:
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