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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?
If an employee takes part in industrial action, the whole of
the week in which the action occurred is discounted for the purpose of
continuous service, but there is no break in continuity. In determining the
period of continuous employment, the date on which the employee's employment
began is treated as having been postponed by the number of days between the
last working day before the strike began and the day work was resumed.
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