Continuity of employment

July 1996
Accountancy;Jul96, Vol. 118 Issue 1235, p84
Trade Publication
The article comments on a court case wherein the Employment Appeal Tribunal has ruled that the two-year continuity of employment necessary to make a claim for unfair dismissal is not broken by the fact that the employee did not work on alternate weeks. The decision was based on the contractual part-time working arrangement involving alternate week working.


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