The limited company would simply take over the employee as a "going concern" .All you need to do is write to her saying that as from such and such a date the name of her employer will alter to the name of the limited company and that no other terms in he contract are affected or will alter.
I hope this helps. If there are any further points please reply.
Thank you very much. very helpful indeed.The only other thing is she doesn't have a written contract and never has done. Even though she is on payroll and I done through PAYEI am keen to get one in place.Can the contract that i get have a clause that states that her current arrangement (although it has always been verbal) will continue under the new business name/employer as a going concern?PS - I will be purchasing an employment contract that is specific to the industry which is hairdressing.
Yes , you can do this and it will save you writing a separate letter.You can also incorporate the verbal terms thay you have so everything is in writing.