Do your employees TUPE transfer following a service provision change?

Deciding whether the TUPE Regulations apply to a service provision change can be a complex question for employers.

In order for a transfer to apply there must be an “organised grouping of employees whose principal purpose is to carry out relevant activities for the relevant client immediately before the transfer”. In the recent case of Amaryllis Ltd vs Mr McLeod and others, the Employment Appeal Tribunal considered what this definition means in practice.

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Hannah Robbins


I am a very experienced employment lawyer and advocate in tribunal. I act on the full range of contentious and non-contentious employment issues.