TUPE Update – May 2017Posted in : TUPE Updates on 22 May 2017
In our May TUPE update we consider the first appellate case before the GB Employment Appeal Tribunal on the scope of the Employee Liability Information provisions of Regulation 11 of TUPE. We also note an interesting decision of the CJEU on the application of the Acquired Rights Directive to transfers of undertakings following the pre-pack insolvency of the employer.
No Employee Liability Information claim when transferor mis-stated contractual nature of an employee bonus
When giving Employee Liability Information to a transferee pursuant to reg 11 of TUPE, a transferor incorrectly stated that a Christmas bonus was non-contractual, when it turned out it was contractual.
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