29 Exclusions from right to guarantee payment
29 Exclusions from right to guarantee payment

(1)     An employee is not entitled to a guarantee payment unless he has been continuously employed for a period of not less than one month ending with the day before that in respect of which the guarantee payment is claimed.

(2)     An employee who is employed—

(a)     under a contract for a fixed term of three months or less, or

(b)     under a contract made in contemplation of the performance of a specific task which is not expected to last for more than three months,

is not entitled to a guarantee payment unless he has been continuously employed for a period

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