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Hello again, can you please remidn me how long you have worked there for and also will these new terms be much different to your current ones?
Ok from checking I have already discussed the circumstances in which an employer can change your contract of employment following TUPE:
If these do not apply here then any changes the employer introduced would be void and you do not have to accept them because you can rely on the TUPE protection which preserves your terms with which you transferred over. If the employer refuses to accept this and still tries to force the changes through, then you can initially raise a grievance, but if that does not help either then your only option would be to resign and then make a claim for constructive dismissal in the employment tribunal.
before you go to tribunal you need to use ACAS to try and negotiate a settlement with the employer and that is free. If no agreement can be reached then you can go to tribunal. To make the claim is £1,200 and any additional costs would depend on whether you use a lawyer or not, although one is not needed
same applies, you would then be claiming for unfair dismissal and the process and the fees are the same
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