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TUPE transfer – what it means, what should your employer do, when it applies?
The law in the UK protects employees’ rights when the business they work for is sold. It also protects employees when the service they provide transfers from one supplier to another (e.g. cleaning services to a company). These types of changes are often called an insourcing, outsourcing or a second-generation outsourcing. These protections are often […]
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The Law when a Collective Bargaining Agreement Changes your Contract
A collective bargaining agreement is an agreement between an employer and a trade union. This allows an employer to agree with the union the terms and conditions of employment (and possibly other matters) in relation to employees who are covered by the agreement. The general position is that where a provision of a collective agreement […]
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Redundancy during SPL
Redundancy situations are very worrying for employees, and this worry can be even greater if you are taking or planning to take shared parental leave (or any other period of family-related leave). You may be concerned that your employer will “punish” you for taking SPL, or will think you are less committed to your job, or you may be […]
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What to do if you are under threat of redundancy?
You’ve been told your job could be under threat of redundancy so what should you do? As a starting point, you should know that you must be consulted, you are entitled to a notice period and under certain conditions a redundancy payment should be made.
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Redundancy while on or shortly after maternity leave, adoption leave or shared parental leave
Information on your rights if you are made redundant while on maternity leave or just after you return to work.
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Information on your rights if you are made redundant explaining that redundancy can be fair or unfair.