TUPE Update: Service Provision Change; Share Sale and Transfers South of the BorderPosted in : TUPE Updates on 15 May 2018
In this Update, we look at cases on service provision change, on a business transfer that was deemed to occur hard on the heels of a share sale and a business transfer south of the border.
TUPE and Service Provision Change: Fragmentation
A service provision change TUPE transfer under The Service Provision Change (Protection of Employment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2006 occurs when activities carried out by one provider are taken over by a new provider as long as there was, immediately before the change, an organised grouping of employees, the principal purpose of which was to carry out the relevant activities for the client.
When one provider is replaced by another provider the
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