Statutory pay: Casual worker entitled to SSP
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Brown v Chief Adjudication Officer  IRLR 110 CA (0 other reports)
In Brown v Chief Adjudication Officer 10.10 96 Court of Appeal, the Court of Appeal holds that an employer was liable to pay statutory sick pay (SSP) to a part-time employee who had been continuously employed for more than three months under a series of daily contracts. Deeming provisions in the employment protection legislation applied so as to convert the daily contracts into a contract for an indefinite period, enabling the employee to establish a "period of entitlement" under the SSP provisions.