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Advice on TUPE for employees

TUPE regulations have been designed to protect employees’ rights in business transfer and service provision transfer situations. TUPE stands for “Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006″ as amended by the “Collective Redundancies and Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) (Amendment) Regulations 2014.” At Davenport Solicitors, we are experts in providing advice on TUPE for employees.

If you are involved in a TUPE process, we recommend you seek our assistance at the earliest to consider whether you have a potential Employment Tribunal claim. Our specialist TUPE solicitors at Davenport Solicitors can provide you with legal support to ensure that you understand your legal rights and to ensure that you are able to protect your position.

TUPE Advice for Employees

If you have not been informed and consulted by your employer about the business transfer prior to the transfer, we can provide you with legal advice in this matter and help you lodge a claim at the employment tribunal. We will ensure that your position and your employment rights are protected.

If you want legal advice related to your TUPE matter, contact us here.

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