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 According to the Employment Ordinance, an employee who has been employed continuously by the same employer for four weeks or more, with at least 18 hours worked in each week is regarded as being employed under a continuous contract.

In any dispute as to whether a contract of employment is a continuous contract, the onus of proving that it is not a continuous contract shall be on the employer.

The is not a legal document. The Ordinance remains the sole authority for the provisions of the law explained.

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Last update: 25 Sep 2019
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