Casual Employee definition

Casual Employee means, i. a casual employee within the meaning of the local collective agreement,
Casual Employee is one who:
Casual Employee means an employee who has no set hours or days of work and who is normally asked to work as and when required.

Examples of Casual Employee in a sentence

  • In the event that a Casual Employee is appointed to the permanent staff without a break in service, such Employee shall, for the purpose of seniority, vacation, and sick pay benefits, have seniority made retroactive to the commencement of employment.

  • Casual Employee – Meal BreaksCasual employees required to continue working for more than five (5) consecutive hours shall beallowed a meal break of thirty (30) minutes which shall not be counted as time worked.

  • Casual Employee: A casual employee shall mean an employee who’s letter of employment is not for a fixed period, and who’s services can be terminated by either Wheatbelt NRM or by the employee with an hours’ notice.

  • He was a Casual Employee, who worked only a number of days in a month, when there was some work for him to do.

  • In the case of a Probationary, Temporary or Casual Employee no notice of layoff shall be required.


More Definitions of Casual Employee

Casual Employee means any person specifically engaged to work on an irregular basis, as and when required by mutual consent between employer and employee, but does not include any person employed on a part-time or full-time basis.
Casual Employee means any person who is employed on a casual basis and includes any person who is employed for a period not exceeding 5 days at any one time.
Casual Employee means a person engaged on an irregular basis and at short notice and where the offer of engagement may be accepted or rejected on each and every occasion, thus excluding a casual employee from being placed on a regular employment roster, and is paid a loading in addition to the normal salary rate in lieu of paid leave entitlements and Holidays with Pay as prescribed by Part IXLeave and Holidays with Pay of this award. The loading paid to a casual employee is set out in Part IISalaries and Related Matters, Clause 1 of this Award.
Casual Employee means an employee engaged and paid as such.
Casual Employee means an employee who is employed for a period of less than five days (exclusive of overtime).
Casual Employee means a person engaged to work on an irregular basis, as and when required, but does not include any person employed on a part-time, full-time or permanent basis.
Casual Employee means an employee other than a part-time employee as defined, who is engaged as such and is paid on an hourly basis to work less than the ordinary working hours of a full-time employee: