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TUPE case - service provision changes

September 2016

The EAT holds that TUPE service provision changes only apply to a grouping of employees providing services immediately before the transfer.

In his article for Personnel Today, Dr John McMullen explains how the “principal purpose” test in TUPE service provision changes relates to an organised grouping of employees providing the service.

For full details, please see John's article here.

Case report:

Amaryllis Ltd (Formerly of Montrose Road Chelmsford Essex) v McLeod & Ors (Transfer of Undertakings: Entity) [2016] UKEAT 0273_15_0906 (09 June 2016)

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