TUPE Update from Dr John McMullen - January 2020Posted in : TUPE Updates on 31 January 2020 Issues covered:
On the day of the UK’s exit from the European Union it may seem idiosyncratic to provide a round up of case law developments on the EU Acquired Rights Directive. But a transitional (or “implementation”) period until 31 December 2020 now follows, during which these developments may still be relevant.
In TUPE situations, how does the Acquired Rights Directive apply where there is an assignment of duties to an employee but where the destination of that employee might be to multiple transferees and the employee works across all parts transferred?
Advocate General Szpunar has given his opinion in ISS Facility Services NV v Sonia Govaerts, Euroclean NV, C-344/18.
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