TUPE letters to employees
These alternative formal letters to an employee to inform him or her of the sale of the business or change of workplace. Sets out employee rights under TUPE Regulations.
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- Guidance notes included
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About this set of letters
Under the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006, an employer has a duty to inform employees who are affected by changes to ownership, and consult them where appropriate.
These letters start that process by telling an employee either that the ownership of the organisation will change or that their employment will continue at a new location.
The letters include explanatory guidance notes in plain English.
Application and features
These template letters are useful in a situation:
where all or part of a sole trader's business or partnership is sold or otherwise transferred
where a company, or part of it, is bought or acquired by another, provided this is done by the second company buying or acquiring the assets and then running the business and not acquiring the shares only
where two companies cease to exist and combine to form a third
Use the letters where a part of a company is bought or acquired by another and administration duties are contracted out to an overseas company or any other single part of the business.
- Purpose of the letter and reference to relevant law
- Date of transfer
- Verification to employee that employment terms and conditions will remain unchanged
- Confirmation of salary payments
This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current English law.
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