What is transferred redundancy?

What is transferred redundancy?

Transferred redundancy is voluntary process used to reduce compulsory redundancies through redeployment to another school with a volunteer wishing to “exit”.

Can my employer change my redundancy terms?

Your employer can’t validly impose new terms and conditions without the agreement of employees. Any changes have to be agreed by the employee or their trade union representatives on their behalf.

How long does a TUPE transfer last?

TUPE regulations give some protection to your terms and conditions for an indefinite period. For example, if your new employer wants to change your terms and conditions 10 years later, they’d still need a valid reason for the change that is unrelated to the transfer.

Is redundancy bumping legal?

Bumping in redundancy is where an employee, whose own position is redundant, is transferred to another position, making the holder of that second position redundant. Redundancy bumping is legally permissible provided the correct procedure is followed in respect of the bumped employee.

How much redundancy do teachers get?

The statutory redundancy notice periods are: no less than 1 week’s notice if you have been employed between 1 month and 2 years. 1 week’s notice for each year if employed between 2 and 12 years. 12 weeks’ notice if employed for 12 years or more.

Can redundancy be reversed?

Once notice of redundancy has been issued to an employee, it is legally binding and cannot be unilaterally withdrawn by the employer, even if the employee is still working out their notice period.

Can I be made redundant after TUPE?

If you’re made redundant after a TUPE transfer, your new employer is responsible for any redundancy pay. Your redundancy pay must be based on your length of service (‘period of continuous employment’). This includes the time you worked for your old employer before you transferred.

What happens if an employee is made redundant because of a transfer?

If transferred employees are made redundant because of the transfer situation, they may become eligible for redundancy entitlements: redundancy entitlements decided by the Employment Relations Authority (if the employee and the new employer can’t agree).

Is it legal to bump an employee in redundancy?

Do you get redundancy pay after a TUPE transfer?

Redundancy pay If you’re made redundant after a TUPE transfer, your new employer is responsible for any redundancy pay. Your redundancy pay must be based on your length of service (‘period of continuous employment’). This includes the time you worked for your old employer before you transferred.

Can a redundant employee refuse a job offer?

[9] If an employer has other positions available, even at a lower level, that the redundant employee has the skills to perform, the employer should not presume that the employee will refuse the position. [10]

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