Casual Employee. Seniority for a casual employee is defined as the total number of hours worked by the employee at the worksite up to a maximum of the annual full-time equivalent 1879.2 hours per year. A regular employee who terminates her employment and is rehired by the same Employer as a casual employee within thirty (30) calendar days shall retain her seniority accrued as a regular employee.
Casual Employee. An employee appointed by the Employer to a position of a temporary nature of no more than six (6) months except that extensions may be granted by the Joint Committee for the Administration of the Agreement, with no guarantee on a continuing basis. These employees are included in the bargaining unit after two (2) months of continuous employment. The following articles do not apply to these employees and will be noted in each article. Articles 13, 22.05 b), 27 -- except as noted, 42 -- except as noted and 43.
Casual Employee. A casual employee shall be paid in respect of everyday or part of a day of employment not less than one-fifth of the weekly wage prescribed for an employee who performs the same class of work as the casual employee is required to do: Provided that, where the employer requires a casual employee to perform the work of a class of employee for whom wages on a rising scale are prescribed, the expression "weekly wage" shall mean the weekly wage prescribed for a qualified employee of that class: Provided further that where the employer requires a casual employee to work for a period of not more than four consecutive hours on any day, his wage may be reduced by not more than 50 per cent of his daily wage.