Government’s response to the consultation on reform of TUPE

The government has published its response to the consultation on reform of the TUPE Regulations 2006.

This article explains the key changes to be made to TUPE in 2014 that will affect independent sector health organisations pursuing contracts for NHS services or other corporate manoeuvres involving a transfer of a business or service and therefore a potential transfer of employees.

Key for employers is that service provision change (SPC) transfers will not be abolished as originally proposed. SPC applies to outsourcing, change of contractors or when a service is brought back in house…

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