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Transferring activities must be "intended" to be short-term for TUPE exemption to apply, UK EAT confirms

A "hope and wish" that services being transferred to another provider will only be carried out for a short time is not enough to exempt the workers carrying out that service from protection under UK employment regulations, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT)... 20 Mar 2014

Compensation for failing to consult fully should not be based on statutory maximum, says UK EAT

The statutory maximum should only be used as a basis for calculating compensation for a failure to consult under the collective redundancy rules when there has been no consultation at all, the UK's Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has said. 11 Mar 2014

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