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(d) The need to show a failure to provide work

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(d) The need to show a failure to provide work

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(d)     The need to show a failure to provide work

As well as showing that he would normally be required to work on the day in question, under ERA 1996 s 28(1) the employee must also demonstrate that he was not provided with any work on that day. As a result, an employee cannot claim a guarantee payment for any day during which he or she does some work, even if the work lasts for only a few minutes. This means that if the employer initiates short-time working by reducing the hours worked per day, rather than the

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