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How to implement a successful business change process

Business change can be the innovation that your organisation needs, but change can often spark fear and uncertainty. It’s important to plan how to implement business change carefully in advance so that you comply with the requirements of employment law, as well as communicate the changes to bring your employees with you during the transition. […]

Changes to the TUPE regulations 2014

Changes to the TUPE regulations came into force on 31 January 2014.   The amended regulations will, according to the Government, simplify the TUPE process by ensuring that when a business is transferred from one company to another that it continues to provide the appropriate levels of protection for employees, whilst at the same time, reducing […]

TUPE and short term contracts or tasks

A recent EAT case has provided some useful pointers on the exception rule around “single specific event or task of short term” work in relation to TUPE. In Swanbridge Hire v Butler & Others, a company called Kitson Environment Europe was working on an insulation and cladding contract for five power stations for Shaw Group […]

A summary of TUPE changes 2014

The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations have had a significant impact on the way that some businesses have operated since they were introduced in 1981. If your company is involved in bidding for existing service contracts or has grown by taking over other businesses, you’ll be aware that the risks and costs of […]