Tupe Transfer In Leeds

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Tupe Transfer – ML Solicitors Claims Advice; Are you an employer who is concerned about TUPE transfer regulations and how they may affect your organisation in Leeds? Then don?t hesitate to call the specialist commercial law legal team at Oakwood Solicitors if you feel you need assistance in resolving a dispute as our dedicated team could use their expertise and resourcefulness in this particular field to provide a pragmatic approach to managing the situation and reaching an agreement without situations arising that involve court or employment tribunal procedures.

The Telegraph published an article on 23 April 2013 written by Louisa Peacock reporting that “An overhaul of employment law expected within months is to make it easier for small and medium-sized businesses to bid for outsourcing contracts the close complex rules governing the transfer of staff are less likely to apply”.

The article goes on to say that “Under the proposals companies will find it easier to argue they should not automatically inherit staff working for a current service provider or outsourced product with a takeover the contract. This is because the new rules expected to come into effect in October will give greater scope for employers to avoid so-called ‘TUPE’ the transfer of undertakings law.”

Has an employee threatened legal action with regards to TUPE transfer regulations and their contract of employment at your company in Leeds?If you are involved in a dispute with your employees with regards to TUPE it is always best to ensure that the issue was dealt with promptly and fairly but sometimes it can require outside help by means of mediation conciliation and arbitration and the highly skilled professionals at Oakwood Solicitors could use their expertise in employment and commercial law to help you reach an amicable solution as quickly and cost effectively as possible.

The above-mentioned article further explains that “However the changes could mean thousands of outsourcing workers face losing their jobs if the contract they are working on changes hands employment experts say. The proposals which the Department for Business finished consulting on this month a part of the government’s drive to cut red tape for employers and encourage particularly small businesses to bid for contracts and outsourcing work to help them grow.”

A BIS spokesman is reported to have said the TUPE proposals were aimed at “reducing the burdens on business while maintaining standards of fairness to employees”.

If your organisation has had a compensation claim brought against it through an employment tribunal by an employee or former employee for what they feel was unfair treatment or breach of contract with regards to TUPE transfer regulations you should consult the commercial law experts at Oakwood Solicitors in Leeds to discover how our dedicated team could act on your behalf to manage and resolve the situation as promptly and cost effectively as possible for you or provide exceptional legal representation should litigation be unavoidable by calling: 0113 200 9720.


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