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So found out this week that part of the business of the company that I am currently employed with and located on the south coast of England is being sold off to a company based in Scotland. My current company is a large one (over 2000 employees) and this sale will affect me and about 24 others. I have been there 6 years and this change will not be happening till April 2017 We will shortly be having 1 to 1 consultations regarding other positions within the company to which we could be re-deployed and the company has stated there will be no compulsory redundancies. Having been through this a few years ago which ultimately led to redundancy I have somewhat of an understanding of the TUPE process however there are a couple of things that I need refreshing on. Would it be correct to say if I remained in the role at the time of TUPE having not secured in an internal position with my current employer then the new company would be the one to make me redundant should they choose to? Following on from that is more concerning in that could the new company state after TUPE takes place we have jobs for you but in Scotland so you can take these up? Would I then be expected to re-locate to Scotland or be in breach of my contract leaving me open to dismissal rather than redundancy? Thanks for any advise you can furnish me with
My husband who has worked for the same security company for 10 years has had a phone call today from his supervisor who asked him has he received a letter off his new employer with regards to the site he has been working at has already been tuped over. my husband has been off sick since early december with an infection and matters relating to chemotherapy due to prostate cancer. he told the supervisor this is the first he's heard of anything and the supervisor said he would call back after speaking to the new employer. my husband is at a loss over what to say about his employment rights and what is in his best interests when his supervisor phones back. Please could anyone help with regards to this regards junes0000