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How would a tribunal interpret continuity of employment?
What types of break between contracts would not constitute a break in continuous employment?
Does a period of absence on account of industrial action count as a break in continuity of service?
Will a period of unpaid leave break the employee’s continuity of service?
Does an employer have to pay holiday pay to its casual workers?
What qualifying service is necessary for ordinary paternity leave?
What qualifying service is necessary for statutory adoption leave?
Does a period of maternity leave break continuity of service?
Does a period of parental leave break continuity of service?
What happens to an employee's continuity of service if he or she is made redundant and then reinstated?
Is an employer obliged to wait a certain period of time before re-employing an employee who was dismissed for redundancy?
Can an employee who is re-employed after having been made redundant retain his or her statutory redundancy pay?
In what circumstances might an employee be entitled to a redundancy payment?
Can an employee with less than the required service to claim unfair dismissal who believes that he or she has been unfairly selected for redundancy bring a tribunal claim?
Is continuity of employment maintained if there is a change of employer?
Where an individual is TUPE transferred does his or her continuous service start from the date of the transfer or from the start of employment with the transferor?
Does an employer have to give a written statement of reasons for dismissal?
Are there any circumstances in which an employer must give a written statement of dismissal to an employee without the normal required continuous service?
Is the statutory minimum notice to be provided by employees the same as that to be provided by employers?
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