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Going Loopy over TUPE employment law update
GOING loopy over TUPE, whistle-blowing and tribunal fees were some of the topics discussed at an essential employment law update organised by Phillips Solicitors.
More than 35 delegates, challenged by the raft of new changes of new employment legislation, learned how breaches of the law could affect their businesses.
Giving the low-down on issues such as the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations, known as TUPE and early conciliation and tribunal procedure was top London barrister Alastair Hodge.
Phillips Solicitors’ employ-ment team held the event to help its clients and other Basingstoke businesses to protect themselves and understand the implications of the new legislation.
Alastair, who works closely with Gill Brown, head of Phillips’ employment team, gave his famed lively delivery and interspersed his talk with relevant anecdotes of what happens when it all goes wrong.
Among the audience at Central 40, on Chineham Park, was Trish Lovelock, who is HR director at Baughurst-head-quartered technology firm Wood & Douglas.
Trish said: “You have to keep ahead of the changes in legislation and new rules. Alastair was very entertaining – he put it across in plain understandable English and he got the message across very well.”
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