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  • Conner Lantz
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    When an ROE is issued for casual employees because there is no work performed or earnings for 30 days, is this considered a break of the employment contract? Is it then required to provide a new employment contract or can they be reinstated at a later date with the same contract?

    Conner Lantz
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    No, this would not be considered a break in employment. And it would be appropriate to execute a new contract even if the employment terms are the same as the previous one. I apologize for keeping you waiting for a week. I actually got an answer from my payroll expert a few days ago but totally forgot to send it. Will try and do better next time. Glenn

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