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Dear [name of employee]
[[As you know, ][[with OR With] effect from today OR [on OR On] [insert date]] the[ part of the] business of [insert name of transferor] in which you are employed was transferred to us.
[As you know, ][[with OR With] effect from today OR [on OR On] [insert date]] the contract to provide [specify type] services to [insert name of client] on which you worked was transferred to us.
[As you know, ][[with OR With] effect from today OR [on OR On] [insert date]] the services provided to us by [insert name of transferor] were brought in house.]
On that date, you automatically [became OR will become] an employee of [name of transferee] by virtue of the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (‘TUPE’). Your existing terms and conditions of employment will remain the same as they were when you were employed by [insert name of transferor][ except as identified below]. In particular, the transfer [has not affected OR will not affect] your statutory rights and your continuity of service will be preserved[ so that the date your continuous employment started [insert date]].
[[As you know, certain OR Certain] rights relating to
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