Harassment claims and TUPE - where to start?

bullying and harassment

Hello and welcome to People Matters,

This week our headline topic is once again our old friend TUPE.

We look closely at the Vernon v Azure Support Services Ltd case. The case highlights the importance of making sure your business is protected against potential harassment claims in the context of a TUPE transfer – when harassment occurs before and after a transfer, do you know how long you could be liable for?

We’re also looking forward to our next People Hour webinar on 2nd December at 1pm. If we didn’t see you last time, look out for the invite in your inbox this week – hope to see you there!

Click here to download this week’s:  People Matters.

As usual, if you would like to discuss any of the topics covered in this issue further, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!

 


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