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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?
To qualify for adoption leave, where the adoption is from
within the UK, the employee must have been continuously employed for a minimum
of 26 weeks ending with the week in which he or she is notified of having been
matched with the child for adoption.
Where the adoption is from overseas, the employee must have
been continuously employed for a minimum of 26 weeks ending with the week in
which he or she received official notification of approval for adoption or,
where the employee has changed employer since the official notification was
received, since his or her employment with the new employer began.
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