EAT shows a number of factors decide when TUPE applies
In the recent case of ALNO (UK) Ltd v Turner the EAT stressed the need to apply the “multi-factorial” test established in an earlier TUPE case
This case emphasises that in any business transfer case falling under reg.3(1)(a) (as opposed to a service provision change under reg.3(1)(b)), the multi-factorial approach in Cheesman v R Brewer Contracts Ltd must always be applied.
Dr John McMullen considers the case in his article for Personnel Today here
You can view an archive of John's previous posts for Personnel Today here
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