TUPE information consent request letter template
On a TUPE transfer, the transferor is obliged to notify to the transferee in writing the “employee liability information” of any employee who is assigned to the undertaking that is the subject of the transfer.
This letter enables the transferee to formally request this information in advance from the transferor.
TUPE information consent request
Dear [Recipient first name],
Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment)
As you are aware the Company is intending to commence discussions regarding the possibility of a transfer of [current company/department name] to [new company name]. In order that we may negotiate the terms of this transfer it will be necessary for the Company to disclose some employee data to [new company name].
The following conditions, as specified in the Data Protection Act, will apply to any personal data that we provide to [new company name]:
- The information disclosed will only be used in preparing for the proposed TUPE transfer;
- The information will not be disclosed to anyone other than the [current company/department name] employees negotiating the proposed transfer and their legal advisers;
- The information provided will be kept securely by [new company name];
- The information will be returned to the Company or destroyed if the proposed TUPE transfer does not proceed.
I would be grateful if you could confirm by completing and returning the consent slip below that your personal data as co
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