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Guide to the TUPE Regulations

TUPE is an important statutory area of law which protects employees where a business is sold. In simple terms, TUPE preserves employees rights so that all rights the employee had with the seller, such as salary, job role, bonuses and benefits, continuity of employment and so on remain intact. TUPE stands for Transfer of Undertakings [...]

Posted in Employee Rights, Employer law | Also tagged business sale, employee rights, TUPE | Comments closed

Vicarious liability – advice for employers

Vicarious liability is a form of secondary liability that arises under the law of agency when a person or entity is responsible for the acts of their subordinates, or any third party, that they control as a form of liability for their behaviour. It is an accepted and established legal principle that there are situations [...]

Posted in Employer law, Policies & procedures | Also tagged Discrimination, vicraious liability | Comments closed