Transfer of Minimum Wage RecordsPosted in : TUPE Updates on 16 October 2019
In this TUPE update Dr John McMullen looks at the concept of automatic transfer of employment rights and obligations from transferor to transferee, to the exclusion, going forward, of the transferor. Recent case law confirms that an employer's duty under s.9 of the National Minimum Wage Act 1998 to maintain wage records transfers under TUPE. It was suggested by the court that the transfer of this type of information should become part of the TUPE arrangement.
In this issue we look at the concept of automatic transfer of employment rights and obligations from transferor to transferee, to the exclusion, going forward, of the transferor. This is neatly illustrated by the
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