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Continuity of employment: Continuity preserved during four-year "child-break" leave

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    Curr v Marks & Spencer plc [2002] All ER (D) 76 (Mar) EAT (0 other reports)

In Curr v Marks & Spencer plc 6.3.2002 EAT 1284/00, the EAT holds that an employee who took a four-year break from work under her employer's "child-break scheme", after which she was re-engaged, was to be regarded as continuing in employment "by arrangement" during that period when no contract of employment subsisted.