Labour Hire Contract


SSI Management Services

Suit 23, Level 3, 301 Castlereagh street, Sydney 2000

ABN: 53 631 854 727

This is an employment contract dated : 

Between SSI Management Services Pty. Ltd. Of suite 23, level 3, 301 Castlereagh street, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia:

and

of :

Background:

SSI Management Services (SSI) is a Labour Hire company specifically for the Hospitality Industry and we specialise in Housekeeping but also do F&B and Banquets, Front Office. SSI specialises in matching the Right Employee to the Right Employer.

Position 

You are being employed in the position of

You are being employed on a permanent part-time basis, as required.

Employment dates

Your start date will be

Workplace

You will be required to work at the following location/s:

You may also be required to work at other locations where reasonable.

Duties

You will perform the duties described in the attached position description as required.

We may also assign you other duties, where reasonable for your position, training, and experience.

Probation period

You will need to complete a 3-month probation period. During this time, we will assess your performance.

If we end your employment during the probation period, we will provide written notice according to the notice clause in this contract.

Employment terms and conditions

Your employment terms and conditions are those set out in this contract, the Hospitality Industry General Award and applicable legislation. This includes, the National Employment Standards in the Fair Work Act 2009.

You can check the minimum award entitlements for your classification level with the Fair Work Ombudsman's Pay and Conditions Tool.

Hours of work

You are expected to work 10 ordinary hours per week. We may also request or require you to work additional hours if the additional hours are reasonable.

Breaks

Depending on the number of hours you work, you may be entitled to meal breaks. The award sets out:

  • the length of the breaks
  • when they need to be taken
  • the rules about payment.

You may also be entitled to rest breaks.

Pay and allowances
Pay rate

You will be paid $24.08 per hour. This pay rate does not include superannuation, we’ll pay this separately.

Payment method

We will pay you fortnightly into your nominated bank account.

Superannuation

If you are eligible for the super guarantee (SG), we will pay the contributions on your behalf in accordance with legislation and your award. We will pay contributions into a super fund of your choice.

If you do not tell us your choice of fund, we may need to contact the ATO to find out if you have a ‘stapled’ super fund to make your SG contributions into.

If you do not tell us your choice of fund and the ATO confirms you don’t have a stapled super fund, we will pay your SG contributions to our default fund or another fund that meets the choice of fund rules.

Leave
Annual leave

You are entitled to 4 weeks of paid annual leave each year, based on your ordinary hours of work per week. 

We will provide any applicable annual leave loading entitlements in accordance with your award.

Annual leave accumulates during the year. Any unused annual leave will roll over from year to year.

Personal/carer’s leave

You are entitled to 10 days paid personal/carer’s leave (pro-rata for part-time employees) per year based on your ordinary hours of work. This is calculated as 1/26 of your ordinary hours of work in a year.

You can take personal/carer’s leave when you can't work because you are sick or injured. You can also use it to care for a member of your immediate family or household who requires care or support because of:

  • personal injury
  • personal illness
  • an unexpected emergency.

Your personal/carer’s leave accrues throughout the year and from year to year. You must give us notice as soon as possible to take personal/carer's leave. We may also require evidence (such as a medical certificate).

You are also entitled to 2 days unpaid carer’s leave (in accordance with the National Employment Standards). This is available each time an immediate family member or household member needs your care or support. You can only take unpaid carer's leave if you do not have any paid carer’s leave left.

Compassionate leave

You are entitled to 2 days paid compassionate leave (in accordance with the National Employment Standards) each time:

  • a member of your immediate family or household dies, or has a life-threatening illness or injury.
  • a child is stillborn, that would have been a member of your immediate family or household if born alive
  • you or your spouse or de facto partner has a miscarriage.
Community service leave

You are entitled to community service leave (in accordance with the National Employment Standards) for certain activities such as:

  • voluntary emergency management activities
  • jury duty and jury selection.

You must give us:

  • notice of your leave as soon as possible
  • details of the period, or expected period, that you will be away from work.

We may ask you to provide evidence that you require community service leave.

Family and domestic violence leave

You are entitled to 10 days of paid family and domestic violence leave (in accordance with the National Employment Standards) each 12-month period.

Long service leave

You may be entitled to long service leave after working with us for a specific period of time in accordance with relevant long service leave legislation.

Parental leave

After you have been working for us for 12 months or more, you are entitled to take unpaid parental leave from your position for 12 months.

You may also:

  • request up to an extra 12 months of unpaid leave
  • be entitled to Parental Leave Pay from the Australian Government, administered by Services Australia.
Public holidays

You have a right to be absent from work on a public holiday.

We may ask you to work on a public holiday. You may refuse our request to work if:

  • your refusal is reasonable, or
  • our request is unreasonable according to the Fair Work Act 2009.

If you work on a public holiday, you are entitled to any additional entitlements under your award, such as public holiday penalty rates.

If you do not work on a public holiday, and it falls on a day you would normally work, you are entitled to be paid your base rate of pay.

Ending employment
Resignation notice

You must give us the following minimum notice periods if you resign:

   Continuous employment with us

   Minimum notice period

   1 year or less

   1 week

   More than 1 year to 3 years

   2 weeks

   More than 3 years to 5 years

   2 weeks

   More than 5 years

   2 weeks

Dismissal notice

You are entitled to the following minimum notice periods (or payment in lieu of notice), if we end your employment. This does not apply if we end your employment for serious misconduct.

   Continuous employment with us

   Minimum notice period

   1 year or less

   1 week

   More than 1 year to 3 years

   2 weeks

   More than 3 years to 5 years

   3 weeks

   More than 5 years

   4 weeks

You may be entitled to a longer minimum notice period under your award.

You will get an extra week of notice if you're older than 45 years and have worked for us for at least 2 years. 

Redundancy

If your position is terminated due to redundancy, any notice and redundancy pay entitlements will be in accordance with the National Employment Standards and your award.

Misconduct

We may terminate your employment without notice, or payment in lieu of notice, if you engage in serious misconduct.

Serious misconduct is when an employee:

  • causes serious and imminent risk to the health and safety of another person or to the reputation, viability or profits of their employer's business, or
  • wilfully or deliberately behaves in a way that's inconsistent with continuing their employment.

Examples of serious misconduct include:

  • theft
  • fraud
  • violence/assault
  • sexual harassment
  • serious breaches of health and safety requirements
  • being drunk or affected by drugs at work
  • refusing to carry out work duties.

 

 

Yours sincerely,

Name: Gail Lolesi

Position: General Manager

 

 

I, ,  have read and understood this letter of engagement and accept employment from SSI Management Services Pty Ltd.

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