In Rogers v Microblade Ltd EAT/0041/09, the EAT held that an employee's contract of employment was terminated, not consensually varied, when the employee refused to accept changes to his shift pattern and the employer wrote to inform him that his old contract would end and that he would be re-engaged on the new terms when he signed a new contract.
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