You will need
  • calculator;
  • paper;
  • - handle;
  • - employment history;
  • program 1C "Salary and personnel".
For counting continuous length of service, use of the program 1C "Salary and personnel" or swipe counting using a calculator, paper and pen.
If you use the program, make any necessary figures on recruitment, dismissals and new employment in the relevant rows, hit "calculate". You will get the desired result.
For counting continuous service using the calculator enter in the column the date of dismissal from each place of employment, subtract the date of employment. If the break between the employment and the dismissal from his former job was no more than three weeks, fold the calculated results. If the interruption exceeds 3 weeks, the line in continuity of employment do not include.
Also keep in mind that in the case of dismissal of an employee during the 12 months two or more times 12 months continuous period is not credited.
If the employee has changed job for a valid reason as specified in the relevant certificates, the period between the employment giving the right to continuity of employment, may be increased up to 1 month.
If you expect continuous seniority employee who quits his job in the far North regions or equated areas and have a break in work after leaving for two months, you are required to count this experience in continuous.
For reduced staff because of the reorganization or liquidation of an enterprise a break from work can take up to 3 months. Therefore, if you are from dismissal until new employment was precisely this period, then consider that the experience is continuous. The same rule applies to those employees who have left for health reasons or because of disability.
If the woman had a break in work due to care for a disabled child up to 16 years of age, you have to consider the experience continuous. The same applies to women caring for children up to 14 years.