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  1. Avatar Henry
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    Thanks for this article and for the link to this case, I hadn’t seen it.

    I have to say that it seems counter-intuitive to regard an employee losing their job after over six years of employment as being part of “ordinary and customary turnover of labour”. While I agree this may be ‘strictly’ correct at law, it seems like a highly formalistic approach from the Commission.

    How far can we take this reasoning? Certainly redundancy is becoming an ‘ordinary and customary’ part of the modern business community. How long before redundancy becomes an exemption to itself? Nobody will be entitled to anything at all…..

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