Yes, it would. What's proposed in the part III is that if an individual is working.... Let's say they're a forklift operator. They're driving the forklift one day and that contract changes. It's gone to a different employer. There's no break in employment. That same person is still driving the same forklift. It means they'll be seen as having continuous employment for the purpose of eligibility to leaves and other things.
On November 5th, 2018. See this statement in context.