Objecting or resigning over a TUPE transfer | TUPE transfers | HR and employment law | EEF

Employees who object or resign over a TUPE transfer

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Employees cannot be forced to transfer and work for the new employer against their wishes. There are a number of circumstances in which a transferring employee can object to or resign over a transfer. The employee might simply object to being employed by the new employer, or the employee might be resigning over changes proposed by the new employer. This page looks at the issues which arise.

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