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Posted 8 September 2015
by Stephen Jennings

Tozers employment law seminar – Autumn 2015

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Rising tide, floating boats?

Restructures, redundancies & TUPE

We are seeing several discernible trends which separately give rise to an increased number of restructuring and redundancies.

With the economy growing strongly in the region there are a number of corporate mergers and acquisitions, with subsequent restructuring of the workforce. Equally some employers are focusing on staying competitive by making the most out of existing staff, and this can often involve changes to roles and responsibilities, which have to be consulted upon.

In the not for profit sector, the zeitgeist is that commissioning bodies are seeking to let ever larger contracts to a single provider which frequently results in smaller providers losing the work but needing to consider whether TUPE applies. This autumn’s seminar will focus on how to restructure your workforce and understand the impact of TUPE.

We will cover issues such as:

• Pre-planning the business case
• Contract changes
• TUPE after a merger/loss of a contract
• Key risks and how to avoid them
• Consultation, selection and process
• Difficult employees

Date and venue

This morning seminar will be held on Friday 6 November 2015 at the Exeter Racecourse, Kennford, Exeter, EX6 7XS (9am – 12.45pm).

Booking details

The cost is £40 +VAT (to include a buffet lunch). During the course of the seminar there will be ample opportunity to ask your own individual questions. You will also be welcome to contact the presenters during a week or so following the event for complimentary advice on the topics dealt with.

If you would like to attend, please email Sophie Amos s.amos@tozers.co.uk

We hope you can join us.

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About the author

Stephen Jennings

Partner

Partner in the litigation department specialising in employment law, he is the relationship manager for many of the firm's employment clients