TMT legal update: government changes heart over TUPE reform
The eagerly awaited government response to its consultation over TUPE reform was issued last month and reveals that changes to the 2006 TUPE Regulations will not be as significant as suggested previously.
The government response to its consultation over TUPE reform was issued in September 2013, with revised regulations expected to be laid before Parliament in December 2013.
The response reveals that change to the 2006 TUPE Regulations will not be as significant as previously suggested — in particular, the repeal of the service provision change provisions has been dropped…
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