It contains all the terms and conditions required to comply with the Fair Work Act 2009, along with explanatory notes and a copy of the freely available Fair Work Information statement, which must be provided to every new employee.
As an employer, knowing the difference between a casual employee and a permanent employee is important to ensure your employees are receiving the correct entitlements, particularly under the NES.
The Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) provides that a person is a casual employee if they accept a job offer from an employer knowing that there is no firm advance commitment to ongoing work with an agreed pattern of work.
Casual employees don’t usually receive sick leave or annual leave and should be paid a casual loading to offset this lack of entitlements.
Bar staff or shop assistants who are never exactly sure when they will be required for work are prime examples.
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