Examples of Permanent part-time employee in a sentence
Permanent part-time employee A permanent part-time employee is someone directly employed by Queensland local government or another employer sponsor that provides us with your salary annually and who works 14.5 hours or more each week and is not on a temporary or fixed- term contract or employed on a casual or flexible basis.
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A Permanent part-time employee is paid vacation pay for hours worked in excess of the employee’s normal hours; however, vacation pay does not apply on overtime hours where premium overtime rates apply.
A Permanent part-time employee who usually works on a day of the week on which a public holiday falls and who is not required to work on that day shall be paid for the time which would otherwise have been worked on that day.