Article Database - Topic: 'Employment status' - Keyword: 'Length of service'

 
Do apprenticeships count towards FTCs? Publication date: 06.12.2012
Article database » Training » Apprenticeships
Where an employee is engaged under a succession of fixed-term contracts they will generally become a “permanent employee” after four years’ service. Does time served on a government apprenticeship count towards this?
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Introducing the brand new “Employers’ Charter”! Publication date: 27.01.2011
Article database » Dismissal » Unfair dismissal
The government has recently announced plans to introduce an “Employers’ Charter”. Apparently, it will encourage businesses like yours to hire more employees. But just how is it supposed to help you?
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The meaning of continuous employment Publication date: 16.10.2008
Article database » Employment status » Length of service
You probably know that many of the rights available to employees are dependent on the amount of continuous service that they have. But what problems are associated with this requirement?
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The cost of ignoring statutory procedures Publication date: 26.01.2006
Article database » Retirement » Retirement date
We’ve previously warned about the extra costs which you could face if you fail to follow the statutory grievance procedures. A new case shows by just how much you could come unstuck. What lessons can you learn from it?
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