Letter of engagementI am pleased to offer you casual employment in the position of Floor/reception/induction with us at Crank Indoor Climbing (‘the employer’) on the terms and conditions set out in this letter.
1.1_ Your employment will be on a casual basis, as required.1.2_ Each occasion that you work will be a separate contract of employment which ceases at the end of that engagement.1.3_ As a casual employee, there is no guarantee of ongoing or regular work.
1.4_ The duties of this role are in the position description. On each occasion that you work you will be required to perform these duties and any others duties the employer may assign to you, having regard to your skills, training and experience.1.5_ You will be required to perform your duties at 2/537 Kessels Road MacGregor, or elsewhere as reasonably directed by the employer.
- Terms and conditions of employment
2.1_ Unless more generous provisions are provided in this letter or in the attached Schedule, the terms and conditions of your employment will be those set out in the MA00094- Fitness Industry Award 2010 and applicable legislation. This includes, but is not limited to, the National Employment Standards in the Fair Work Act 2009. Neither the MA00094- Fitness Industry Award 2010 nor any applicable legislation are incorporated into your contract of employment.
3.1 _ You will be paid at the rate of a Level 1 casual staff
per hour, including the applicable loading.3.2_ You will be paid fortnightly to the bank account nominated by you.3.3 _ The employer will also make superannuation payments on your behalf in accordance with the Superannuation Guarantee (Administration) Act 1992.
- Your obligations to the employer
4.1_ You will be required to:(a)__ perform all duties to the best of your ability at all times;(b)_ use your best endeavours to promote and protect the interests of the employer; and(c)__ follow all reasonable and lawful directions given to you by the employer, including complying with policies and procedures as amended from time to time. These policies and procedures are not incorporated into your contract of employment.
5.1_ By accepting this letter of offer, you acknowledge and agree that you will not, during the course of your employment or thereafter, except with the consent of the employer, as required by law or in the performance of your duties, use or disclose confidential information relating to the business of the employer, including but not limited to client lists, trade secrets, client details and pricing structures.5.2_ By accepting this letter of offer, you acknowledge and agree that you will not, during the course of your employment or thereafter, except with the consent of the employer, as required by law or in the performance of your duties, will not discuss or disclose any pay rates, number of check-ins, the number of members, the schedule of setting or any other information that is specific to the business relating to the maintenance or operations.
- Entire agreement
6.1_ The terms and conditions referred to in this letter constitute all of the terms and conditions of your employment and replace any prior understanding or agreement between you and the employer.6.2_ The terms and conditions referred to in this letter may only be varied by a written agreement signed by both you and the employer.
- Dispute process
7.1_ The dispute resolution will be in accordance with the relevant Act. In the first instance the matter is to be resolved between the employee and the direct supervisor. If the matter cannot be resolved then the matter is to be deal with by the senior levels of management.If you have any questions about the terms and conditions of employment, please don’t hesitate to contact Nigel Woodward or Clara Woodward on 0421994216 or 0413891229Employees and employers may also seek information about minimum terms and conditions of employment from the Fair Work Ombudsman. You can contact them on 13 13 94 or visit their website at www.fairwork.gov.au