TUPE Update – February 2017Posted in : TUPE Updates on 28 February 2017
In our February TUPE update we look at an EAT decision on dismissal by reason of redundancy and how that may be legitimised by the provisions of TUPE. We also include an update on two cases pending before the European Court on the meaning of the EU Acquired Rights Directive. Opinions of the Advocates General in both cases have now been published.
Dismissal on ground of redundancy following a TUPE transfer was for an economic, technical or organisational reason entailing changes in the workforce
In Davies v Droylsden Academy UKEAT/0044/16/BA the claimant was employed by Schools Plus Limited (SPL) as a venue lettings manager. SPL provided a service to educational institutions
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