TUPE Tuesday: service provision changes

3 minute read
22 November 2022


Our TUPE Tuesday podcast series explores significant developments from the Employment Appeal Tribunal from the past year to keep you in the loop with the latest TUPE news.

Siobhan Bishop, a PSL principal associate in our Employment, Labour & Equalities team, explores this issue of a service provision change and whether the activities pre and post transfer were fundamentally the same, in the case of Tuitt v London Borough of Richmond Thames.

The case concerns what happened when Broadland terminated its CCTV monitoring contract with the local authority.

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Next week, we will be exploring the case of Ponticelli v Gallagher and the issue of providing share incentive plans post transfer, even where there is no contractual right to participate in the scheme.

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