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Employment Brunch BriefingThis webinar has been recorded, please register to view.

Tuesday 13th April, 2021 |
To view a recording of this webinar, please register your details below.

About The Webinar

Please note this webinar has already taken place.

As we look towards the end of lockdown and the phasing out of government support there will undoubtedly be many changes taking place in the workplace which might include transfers of employment under the TUPE Regulations. This session will provide a useful reminder of some of the key concepts, obligations and risks involved in TUPE transfers and will also include a case law update on:

  • How tribunals may approach service provision changes where the service is taken on by multiple contractors;
  • When changes to terms will be void in the context of a TUPE transfer;
  • When a dismissal will be found to be because of a TUPE transfer and automatically unfair; and
  • Whether workers might be protected under TUPE in the same way as employees.

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