There was no continuation of the contract of employment of an employee whose employer refused to allow her to come back to work eight months after she had left to have her baby, and who had failed to comply with the statutory requirements for the right to return to work after extended maternity leave, holds the EAT in Crouch v Kidsons Impey.
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