What is an ETO reason?

An ETO reason is an economical, technical or organisational reason applied in order to make changes to staff or terms and conditions, following a TUPE transfer. A TUPE is a set of rules set by UK law to ensure the protection of employment rights of staff, in a situation where the organisation they are working … Read more

TUPE Regulations

TUPE Regulations 2006 The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (“TUPE Regulations”) are designed to ensure that the following three things happen when there is a transfer in the ownership of a business: That employees main terms and conditions of employment are maintained following transfer of ownership of a business; That employees are … Read more

What is TUPE?

The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 better known as TUPE (pronounced 2P) were conceived to protect employees when the organisations that they work for changed hands.  Simply put, it protects the employment rights and main terms and conditions of employment so that they are not effected by a change of ownership. When … Read more

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