Service Provision Change Regulations - How Do I Handle It?Posted in : How do I handle it NI on 17 August 2021
“I am the HR Manager of a cleaning company and we have been informed recently that we have lost the contract which we have had with one of our key clients, they have informed us that they have appointed a new cleaning company to take over the cleaning services. I understand that TUPE may apply here and would like to understand next steps. How do I handle this?”
Practically speaking, you should, first and foremost, check the provisions of your contract for services with your client, as that will set out obligations that you and the incoming contractor will have towards each other, in the event that a transfer of services does apply and will also likely set out the terms of any
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