Article 17(A) - Part-Time Employees
Part-time Employee is an Employee who works fewer hours than the standard full-time working hours determined by the Employer. A Part-time Employee may work:
(A) the same number of days in a week as a
Full-time Employee, but fewer hours;
(B) the same number of hours in a day as
Full-time Employee, but fewer days; or
(C) fewer hours and days than a
(2) Unless expressly provided otherwise in these Regulations, a
Part-time Employee has the same rights conferred by these Regulations as a Full-time Employee.
(3) The entitlements of a
Part-time Employee must be calculated on a pro-rata basis.
(4) However, if a
Part-time Employee works the same number of days in the week as a Full-time Employee, the number of days entitlement to each of the following must be calculated as if the Part-time Employee were a Full-time Employee:
(A) annual leave;
(B) maternity leave;
(C) notice period;
(D) public holidays; and
(E) sick leave.
(5) In addition to the requirements of Article 17, the Part-time employment contract must specify the following:
(A) hourly basic rate of pay, if applicable.
(B) number of working hours per day or per week.
(C) number of working days per week or per month.
|Inserted (as from 18th July 2019)|