Employment Memo

 CHAPTER 4  Continuity of employment 

Some employment rights are only activated after certain periods of continuous employment (called qualifying periods), for example the right to bring a claim of unfair dismissal or the right to a redundancy payment. The length of continuous employment is also used to calculate the amount of statutory awards, such as a redundancy payment.
The basic rule is that there is continuity of employment from the start of employment until that particular employment ends. Breaks in the contract of employment with the same employer or changing employment will break continuity except in certain circumstances.

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