Changes to the law — TUPE and employment tribunal procedures
By Michael Halsey
Changes to both TUPE and employment tribunal procedures have recently come into force.
For TUPE transfers taking place on or after 1 May 2014, the time period that the transferor has to provide employee liability information to the transferee has increased from 14 days to 28 days.
We have reported in the past that ACAS was planning to introduce mandatory early conciliation. Since 6 April 2014, early conciliation has been optional. As of 6 May 2014, it has become compulsory. It is now essential that ACAS is notified of an intended tribunal claim before an employment tribunal claim form is presented…
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