TUPE Update - February 2015Posted in : TUPE Updates on 5 February 2015
John McMullen covers cases of interest (from tribunals to the CJEU) to legal and HR practitioners and other representatives, as well as any legislative and other developments concerning the transfer of employees and assets between employers.
In his first article, John discusses a case which seems to be of universal application and which we haven't seen commented upon before now - LLDY Alexandria Limited v (1) UNITE the UNION (2) Peopleforwork Limited – a case concerned with the provision of reasons and the extent of consultation required in outsourcing part of an employer’s activities.
TUPE: Information and consultation
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