TUPE: Discrimination claims after objecting to a transfer

The EAT has explored whether an employee who objected to a transfer could bring a claim against the transferee under the Equality Act even though she was never employed by it, explains Jeffrey Jupp ‘At common law, an employee cannot be forced to work for someone else (Nokes v Doncaster Amalgamated Quarries Ltd). TUPE allows …
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