My last day was Friday 31/5/2013
My role effectively has been made redundant by my employer and everything that I did has been transferred to the out-source company. Supposedly my employer did everything to persuade the out-source company to take me on. I cannot understand why they would pay an out-source company more than I was getting paid to provide an inferior service (I have stats to prove that my results were better).
There are also several questions that they did not answer during the consultation process regarding the out-source company.
Thanks for your advice.
Supposedly my employer tried to convince the out-source company to take me on under TUPE, however the out-source company stated that they were going to create a junior role with a lesser salary. However, I was never afforded an interview with the out-source company nor given the choice of accepting the junior position. I have no idea if they went ahead and employed another person.
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