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The law is that this is considered to be a continuous employment situation.That means that your current employer has to treat you as if you had been working there for over a year. In other words they have to take the three weeks plus how long you worked for your former employer for.So you are most assuredly entitled to termination pay and that has to be based on working there for over one year.Does that answer your question fully?
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