Continuity of employment: Casual worker's continuity not broken by holiday
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Vernon v Event Management Catering Ltd EAT/0616/07 (0 other reports)
In Vernon v Event Management Catering Ltd EAT/0161/07 the EAT held that a casual worker who, with the exception of a single two-week break to take a holiday, worked every week for more than three years was an employee and had sufficient continuity of service to claim unfair dismissal. He could demonstrate the existence of a contract of employment in each week during the relevant period and the period of holiday did not break his continuity of employment.