the situation is pete, my cleaner is on annual leave this week.
I want to get my stuff today and take my property home
peninsula are saying wait until pete the cleaner is back on monday and then start the tupe process
it is likely the customer will take pete on as an in house employee
so do I just pitch up at the bar this afternoon and collect my kit eg mops vacuum
but what happens to pete? I can go in Monday and chat with him about TUPE but peninsula are saying he needs 14 days notice of transfer
yes I am v confused!
I know it is very complicated. Peninsula are excellent with employment law, and I want to get my kit today, but what happens to pete? Do I continue paying his wage?
I feel sorry for Pete, he is a lovely chap and I would be happy to pay his notice pay and I think the client will want to take him on as an in house employee which would be great for him
I think what I need to do today is 1. collect my kit 2. contact pete and invite him to a TUPE meeting. In the interim it is only fair that pete gets paid for his services and continues to be paid a/l.
right I will go get my kit and invite pete to a meeting on monday.
I think you have clarified it. It is a complex situation as I want to correctly follow -=
contract and employment law
I know, it is a tough one thanks