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At first I was full time at the first council... Then I moved (overnight, with no "break period") to be part time at each.
Hi, apologies for the delay, for some reason the system had not informed me that you had replied.
Local Councils are covered by something called the Modification Order, which means that if you move from one Council to another, there would be no break of service, unless there was a break of at least a week between the two jobs.
So you would only lose your continuous service if you had stopped working for the first Council, then took more than a week break before starting working for the next one. However, if you always had an overlap between the two jobs, such as holding both jobs at the same time, then leaving the first one to continue working for the second one, there would be no break in service and your continuous service will be preserved.
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