Navigating the TUPE process

Insights from SPS Employees


Transferring to a new company can be an overwhelming and uncertain process for any employee. The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations, commonly known as TUPE, is a legal requirement that protects employees' rights when their employment is transferred to a new employer. In this video from the SPS People campaign, employees of SPS share their personal experiences and shed light on what it was like for them to go through the TUPE process and join the SPS family.

Watching the full version of the video provides valuable insights into the transitional journey that these employees embarked upon. The video features real stories and firsthand accounts from individuals who experienced the TUPE process, ensuring authenticity and relatability. Their stories showcase different perspectives, from the initial announcement of the transfer to the integration into the SPS culture.

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By sharing their stories, these employees provide an insightful glimpse into the TUPE process and its impact on their careers and lives. Their accounts also shed light on SPS's dedication to fostering a supportive work environment during times of change. This commitment ultimately translates into a positive employee experience, which is essential for organizational success.

If you're currently going through a TUPE transfer or considering joining a company where a TUPE process might apply, this video is an invaluable resource to learn about the experiences and perspectives of individuals who have been through it themselves. It offers a unique opportunity to gain insights into the challenges, triumphs, and overall employee experience associated with a TUPE transfer.