TUPE Master Class

11th February 2014

Taylor&Emmet's experienced employment law team invites local businesses to find out more about the first significant changes to the TUPE regulations in eight years.

This interative workshop takes a fresh look at the tricky issues arising from a TUPE transfer and through the use of case studies, explores practical solutions to the most common problems encountered by employers. Taylor&Emmet's breakfast seminar will cover: When does the TUPE transfer take place? Working out who transfers Information and consultation obligations Changing terms and conditions of employment TUPE and contracting (including the public sector) The latest TUPE reforms For more information or reservations, please contact Taylor&Emmet's marketing coordinator, Claire Fletcher, on (0114) 218 4000 or visit www.tayloremmet.co.uk. Tickets cost £35 + VAT per delegate.

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