employee’s general duties and responsibilities are set out in the
job description attached to this agreement. Their duties include
carrying out all instructions the employer gives them (as long as the
instructions are lawful and reasonable).
of employment agreement
employee will work on a casual “as required” basis with no
expectation of ongoing employment. The employer will give reasonable
notice when asking the employee to work, and the employee may choose
whether to accept or decline the work. If the offer of work is
accepted, the employee must complete it — unless either the
employer or the employee ends this agreement.
time the employee accepts an offer of work it is considered a new
period of employment. The terms of this agreement will apply to each
new period of employment unless the employer and employee agree to
employee’s main place of work will [school name].
OF PERSON BEING APPOINTED (To be completed by the Employee)
and Conditions of work
terms and conditions of your work are guided by the
employee is employed on a casual “as required” basis and may
agree to work if the employer asks them to. The employer may offer
work in accordance with the CA. There is no obligation on the
employer to offer work or the employee to accept offered work.
employer will give the employee reasonable notice before their shift
starts if they are no longer required to work. If the employer does
not give this notice, but notifies the employee before the shift
starts, the employee will receive reasonable compensation for the
the employer cancels the shift without telling the employee before
the start of the shift, or cuts it short, the employee will be paid
as if they had worked the entire shift.
employee is entitled to paid rest breaks and unpaid meal breaks.
Breaks will be in accordance with the CA.
Employee agrees to act in accordance with the policies of the
Employer and reasonable directions given to her/him by the Employer.
The Employer has and will continue to develop policies on matters
such as disciplinary procedures, privacy and health and safety. The
Employee must ensure that he/she knows the policies on these matters
and observes them strictly at all times. The Employer reserves the
right to amend all or any of the policies from time to time at its
discretion on reasonable notice to the Employee.
provided in the Letter of offer of casual employment.
employees may belong to KiwiSaver in accordance with the provisions
of that scheme.
employer may ask the employee to work on a public holiday, but they
don't have to agree. The employee agrees not to work on any public
holiday unless asked to do so.
the employee doesn’t work on a public holiday, they will get a paid
day off if a public holiday falls on a day that would otherwise be a
working day for them. If the employee works on a public holiday it
will be in accordance with the CA.
employee will get holiday pay at the same time as their regular pay
instead of being paid during their holidays. This is known as
pay-as-you-go leave and will be paid at a rate of 8% on top of the
employee’s gross earnings.
and Bereavement Leave
employees are not entitled to sick leave or bereavement leave except
where, over any six month period, they have worked at least an
average of 10 hours a week and no less than one hour in every week or
40 hours in every month during that period.
employer and employee will meet their obligations under the Health
and Safety at Work Act.
employee will follow the employer’s health and safety rules and
procedures. The employee will take reasonable care to look after
their own health and safety at work, their fitness for work, and the
health and safety of others.
to this agreement
employer and employee can agree to change the terms of this agreement
at any time. Any changes will be in accordance with the CA. The
changes must be in writing and agreed to by both employer and
agreement may be terminated by either party on the provision of one
day’s notice to the other party, except the Employer reserves the
right to terminate without notice for serious misconduct. The
Employee agrees to the Employer deducting any overpayments,
outstanding debts or money owed to it by the Employee from the
Employee's pay, including final pay and holiday pay.
a casual employee the Employee has no expectation of ongoing work
from the Employer and therefore no right to any compensation for
clause applies to restructuring (as defined in Section 69(L) of the
Employment Relations Act 2000). In the event of such a restructuring,
the Employer will commence negotiations with the Other Party involved
in the restructuring (e.g. the person to whom the Employer is
contracting out work) concerning the impact of the restructuring on
employees. The Employer will also discuss the restructuring with the
Employee. This may include discussing with the Employee and the Other
Party whether the Employee can transfer to the Other Party as a
Employee confirms that s/he is a New Zealand citizen or has a valid
work permit that covers the Term of this Agreement, or is otherwise
legally permitted to work in New Zealand.
Employee and Employer will keep the details of this employment
agreement confidential to the parties and their professional
advisers. During the term of this Agreement and at all times
subsequent to employment, the Employee will maintain confidentiality
of the Employer’s business including student details, research
information, and all other information of a commercially sensitive
nature. The Employee shall not make use of any information or
documents to which the Employee has access during or after the term
of employment, except on behalf of the Employer.
Employer has a policy of using its best endeavours to resolve
grievances and disputes internally.
Employee is entitled to the Personal Grievance and Dispute provisions
of the Employment Relations Act 2000 and provision of the Human
Rights Act 1993. If the Employee has a personal grievance, the
Employee has 90 days from the date the grievance arises to raise it
with the Employer.
is agreed between the Employer and the Employee that the Employer
will employ the Employee subject to the terms and conditions of the
on behalf of The
by the employee:
accept this is a casual employment agreement on the terms outlined in
this document and confirm that I have read and understood the
conditions of employment and agree to abide by them. I confirm that
the information I have supplied is true and correct and I have been
made aware of my right to seek independent advice within a reasonable
time period on this agreement.