Casual employment definition

Casual employment means a person engaged by the hour and paid on an hourly basis that includes a casual loading, which is in compensation for non-entitlement to any of the forms of paid leave of absence under the terms of this Agreement.
Casual employment means employment not in the usual course of the trade, business, profession,
Casual employment means employment not in the usual course of the trade, business, profession, or occupation of the employer.

Examples of Casual employment in a sentence

  • Casual employment may be terminated by the giving of an hours’ notice on either side, or the payment or forfeiture of an hours’ pay.

  • Casual employment should only be utilised where permanent and fixed term temporary employment options have been considered and are not viable or appropriate.

  • Casual employment does not imply continuing or regular work; however, casual work may be available at times over extended periods.

  • Casual employment can be terminated by either party on the giving of 1 day’s notice.


More Definitions of Casual employment

Casual employment means employment which is less than thirty (30) occasions and encompasses less than sixty (60) calendar days.
Casual employment means employment from which the employee can be released without his giving any notice or, if he is required to give notice, employment from which he can be released before the end of the vacation;
Casual employment is non-permanent employment on an hourly basis. Continuous casual employment in the same class and job shall not normally extend beyond the end of the pay period during which the Employee’s accumulated hours worked in the fiscal year reaches one thousand (1,000) hours, unless extended by the mutual agreement of the Union and the Employer, after which time if the employment is to continue, the Employee shall be appointed to a temporary position. Notwithstanding the number of hours the Casual Employee works within the year, they shall have the right to maintain their Casual status.
Casual employment means employment from which the employee can be released without his giving any notice;
Casual employment means employment that the employer provides or has provided to the labour on the condition that the labour has to provide any service or perform any work, for seven days or less within a period of one month.
Casual employment means a person engaged by the hour and paid on an hourly basis that includes a loading of 25%, which is in compensation for non- entitlement to any of the forms of paid leave of absence under the terms of this Agreement.
Casual employment means Professional staff who are employed and paid on an hourly basis or in the case of Academic staff, on an hourly or sessional basis. Sessional employment may be for a single session or a number of sessions over the course of one or more semesters.