Thanks for your input. I am not combining Job (1&2), I am combining Job Title 1 + Job Title 2 = 1 Full-time.
Job Title 1 & 2 are 2 separate jobs which is done by Employee 1 & 2 under Job No 1.
Job Title 3 & 4 again separate jobs which is done by Employee 1, 3 & 4 under Job No 2.
According to Guidance:
within the same job, another worker can replace a worker who is employed for part of a year and then leaves the job, so that the employment as a whole adds up to 12 months. However, if there is a gap between one worker leaving a post and another worker starting employment, the period when the post is not filled will not be counted - only periods during which a worker is employed in a post will be considered. If you are combining workers within the same job, you must make it clear in your application which employees are being used.
For Job No 2 I am using 3 employees, Employee 3 worked 12 months and Employee 1 worked 11 months and then straight away Employee 4 Joined which last for 6 months.
I was reading another post where someone asked about joining 2 part-times whose joining years are different and marcnath said its ok.
At the end of Guidance:
The jobs must exist for at least 12 months. Within the same job, another worker can replace a worker who is employed for part of a year and then leaves the job, so that the employment as a whole adds up to 12 months. The hours of workers in 2 part-time jobs can be combined to add up to 30 hours a week or more and form the equivalent of one full-time job, as long as the 2 part-time jobs exist for 12 months.
they never said that employees should last for 12 months, they are talking about jobs I think?