Tendering Process & TUPE Implications

Posted in : How Do I Handle It ROI on 20 January 2015
Jennifer Cashman
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We currently hold a contract from our client to provide certain services. We have been advised that, arising out of a recent tendering process, we have lost this contract and the contract will transfer to a new service provider. We have a number of employees assigned to work on this contract and we are concerned about the impact on these employees of the loss of this contract. Are there TUPE implications? How do I handle it?

Jennifer Cashman writes:

The situation you describe with regard to loss of this contract is what is referred to as “second generation outsourcing”. In other words, the Principal, who is currently your client, has outsourced this work to your company and now intends to

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