TUPE t&c S

(4 Posts)
2boysnamedR Sat 02-Apr-16 01:01:06

Does anyone know if your tupe' into a new company, do your t&c S freeze on the day you move over into the new company? Or do your t&c change in line when your ex employer changes their t&c?

I might be getting redundancy. When I was under my old company the redundancy terms was very generous on the day I moved, but over the years redundancy has has been lowered.

Trying to work out what I might get if I get laid off but not sure what terms I'm under now?

prh47bridge Sat 02-Apr-16 12:30:39

You are on the terms as they stood when you transferred. Subsequent changes at your old company do not affect you.

MummyBex1985 Sun 03-Apr-16 20:09:50

Your contractual terms and conditions would be preserved. However, if they have subsequently been varied and you haven't voiced your objections to that variation, then you could well be working under the new, less favourable redundancy scheme.

It really depends on whether its contractually enshrined and whether the company's variation has taken effect in respect of your own personal terms and conditions.

flowery Mon 04-Apr-16 14:10:38

"However, if they have subsequently been varied and you haven't voiced your objections to that variation, then you could well be working under the new, less favourable redundancy scheme."

That's incorrect and also illogical - there would be no reason to assume the OP even knows about changes to the terms and conditions of her ex colleagues at her ex employer anyway, so how would she voice objections? Employers don't need to consult with ex members of staff who have been TUPE'd elsewhere about changes to t&cs for current staff.

OP if your contract on the day you moved said you are entitled to specific enhanced redundancy pay, then you remain entitled to it. What happens at your old workplace subsequently doesn't affect you.

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