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Sorry that was posted by mistake. Can you please explain your circumstances a bit more.
Hi not sure if you have seen my earlier replies, if I can be more specific then please let me know if you have had any communication with the existing employer yet and what information in particular do you require from them?
Hi,i require the four member of staffs contracts of employment. I can contact their current employers, and they are expecting a call from me. I start the new contract in August.
The outgoing employer has a legal duty to provide certain information to the new employer. The information is required under Regulation 11 of TUPE - you can find the official wording of this here:
You will see that there is a list of details that the outgoing employer must supply you with at least 14 days before the transfer is due to take place.
you can point them to this specific wording or simply use the list to give them an idea of what is required of them
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