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Bringing outsourced provision in-house: TUPE

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Last updated on 24 May 2017
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What happens to staff when outsourced provision is brought in-house? We explain how the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) (TUPE) Regulations 2006 apply when a school brings a previously outsourced service in-house. We also relay advice from 2 of our associate experts.

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  1. 1 What is TUPE?
  2. 2 Service provision changes
  3. 3 Seek legal expertise

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