Proposed revision of the Acquired Rights Directive and the TUPE Regulations
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Proposed revision of the Acquired Rights Directive and the TUPE Regulations TUC response to the public consultation. by Trades Union Congress. Economic and Social Affairs Department.

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Published by Trades Union Congress, Economic and Social Affairs Department in London .
Written in English


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Pagination23p. ;
Number of Pages23
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Open LibraryOL18460191M

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Further Acas support on Transfer of undertakings (TUPE) Acas offers TUPE training to help organisations understand the regulations, employee and employer rights and responsibilities and the process for business transfers. View and book a training course near you. We can also tailor training to meet your organisation's needs and deliver it at. Acquired Rights Directive or “ARD” means the European Council Directive /23/EC on the approximation of laws of European member states relating to the safeguarding of employees’ rights in the event of transfers of undertakings, businesses or parts of undertakings or businesses, as term shall also mean any statute or regulation which has been implemented within a. The TUPE Regulations provide employment rights to employees when their employer changes as a result of a transfer of an undertaking. They implement the European Union Acquired Rights Directive (originally Directive 77//EEC, amended by Directive 98/50 EC and consolidated in Directive /23/EC).File Size: KB. The Acquired Rights Directive is the name given to Council Directive 77/ of 14 February , which aims at ‘the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the safeguarding of employees’ rights in the event of transfers of undertakings, businesses or parts of businesses’ (as amended by Directive 98/50/EC of 29 June ; consolidated in.

TUPE Table of Cases; The Regulations. The TUPE Regulations amended with effect from 31 January, 20 April and 31 July ; The TUPE Regulations (not amended by Regs) Directive /23/EC. Directive /23/EC; Commission Report of . The EAT has held that neither TUPE nor the Acquired Rights Directive (ARD) requires a transferee to consult, after the transfer, about measurers it envisages taking in respect of transferring. Citation Edit. Acquired Rights Directive, Council Directive 77/ of 14 Feb. (), as amended by Directive 98/50/EC of 29 June (); consolidated in Directive /23 of 12 Mar. (). Overview Edit. The EU "Acquired Rights Directive" was intended to safeguard the rights of workers by ensuring that workers were entitled to continue working for the transferee employer on the same terms. Directive 77/, generally known as the “Acquired Rights Directive ” • Substantially amended in then replaced in by Directive /23/EC • Full title: “Council Directive /23/EC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the safeguarding of employees’ rights in the event of transfer of.

  L Council Directive /23/EC of 12 March on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the safeguarding of employees' rights in the event of transfers of undertakings, businesses or parts of undertakings or businesses Official Journal L .   Collective agreements negotiated after a TUPE transfer will not bind transferee employers By Laura H. Juillet on 24 July Posted in Employment (UK), TUPE The European Court of Justice (the “ECJ”) has handed down its judgment in a key, long-running TUPE case – Alemo-Herron v . 1. INTRODUCTION. The Acquired Rights Directive 77/ 1 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States on safeguarding of employees’ rights on transfers of undertakings of businesses and parts of undertakings of businesses was implemented in the UK by the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) (TUPE) Regulations 2 Over the years a number of amendments .   In Article 5(1) of the Acquired Rights Directive /23/EC it is provided that, unless Member States stipulate otherwise, Article 3 and 4 (the transfer of .