TUPE: The Differences North and South

Posted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 1 January 2014
Aisling Byrne
Cleaver Fulton Rankin

TUPE differences between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland

TUPE is a complex area for many HR practitioners and employers. This article considers the TUPE differences between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland . For businesses operating on both sides of the border, the subject becomes even more complicated, given the different TUPE legislative regimes North and South. 
Although legislation in both jurisdictions is derived from European Directives (originally in 1997 and now Directive 2001/23/EC), member states have been given a certain degree of latitude in relation

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Aisling Byrne
Cleaver Fulton Rankin

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