Braithwaite and others v HCL Insurance BPO Services Ltd [2015] UKEAT/152/14/0502: Removal of benefits on standardisation of terms was justified:

A common problem in the context of transfers of businesses is the harmonisation of terms across the business. This case is not a TUPE transfer case as such (the tribunal had held that the dismissals that had occurred were not TUPE transfer related dismissals) but it addresses the problems with standardisation of terms, in this case arising from a TUPE transfer. In Braithwaite and others v HCL Insurance, Ms Braithwaite and other employees were previously employed by a business called Liberata and had transferred under TUPE 2006 to HCL.

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