continuous employment

continuous employment

to be entitled to many (but not all) of the remedies of modern employment law it is necessary to have achieved a given period of continuous employment. These periods are usually strictly interpreted but are not immutable and can be, and have been, changed and are subject to detailed computational rules.
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Together with its sister company Encore Packaging Solutions, the firm makes more than one quarter of all UK mail delivered by Royal Mail each year and was named as the North East Business Awards 2015 manufacturer of the year in Durham and Wearside, Russell Croisdale, managing director of Encore Envelopes, said: "It's great news that we have been able to purchase the business and assets of GNE as this transaction will provide continuous employment for the company's experienced and loyal workforce.
Permanent employees: Three months in current job with a minimum 2 years continuous employment history.
The share rewards payable, subject to the achievement of the performance measures, will be delivered to the participants in the spring 2021, subject to meeting the continuous employment or good leaver ground conditions at the time of the payment.
Although it is also mentioned that the employee must complete six months of continuous employment with the employer before seeking termination, it is noted that this requirement is waived for employees categorised under skill levels 1, 2 and 3.
The workers, who are called building attendants, will be assured 3 years continuous employment by their agencies, renewable for another 3 years.
KUWAIT, August 6 (KUNA) -- Kuwait's 2035 vision stresses the importance of developing tourism and its role in supporting Kuwait's economy by creating continuous employment opportunities in the private sector.
Therefore, your employment with APS Debt Servicing Cyprus will be subject to the same terms and conditions applying to your employment with Hellenic Bank prior to the transfer and also your period of continuous employment shall be guaranteed, recognised, and protected at your employer in accordance with the provisions of the termination of employment law," the letter continued.
For overall development of handloom sector, the initiative aims to increase the handloom fabric production by way of establishing market linkages, to encourage innovation in designs and techniques for improvement in design capability, diversification of product lines and value addition, better access to domestic and export markets so that weavers are able to get continuous employment and improve their living standards.
These mortgage lending criteria vary in detail but a typical high street bank will insist on at least three years' residence in the UK, at least three months in your current job plus at least a year in continuous employment, or three years' worth of accounts if you are self employed, or evidence that a a series of contract jobs will continue.
Provided Staton remains in continuous employment with the company, the award will vest on 28 October 2020 and the number of shares that will vest and be payable to him would depend on how many were shares are earned between his appointment date of 28 April 2017 and the vesting date (the opportunity period).
In New Zealand, starting-out wages applies to workers aged 16 and 17 who have not done six months of continuous employment service with their current employer.
ALYS SAYS: Employees with at least years' continuous employment are protected from being unfairly dismissed and, if made redundant, are entitled to a statutory redundancy payment.

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