Conditions of Employment

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

PART A : APPLICATION

  1. Application

PART B : WAGES

  1. Wages
  2. Application of minimum wages to new employers
  3. 4. Commission Work
  4. Calculation of remuneration or wages
  5. Payment of remuneration
  6. Information concerning remuneration
  7. Deductions and other acts concerning remuneration

PART C : PARTICULARS OF EMPLOYMENT

  1. Written particulars of employment

PART D : HOURS OF WORK

  1. Application of this Part
  2. Application of Parts D and E to employees working 27 hours or less per week
  3. Ordinary hours of work
  4. Overtime
  5. Payment of overtime
  6. Compressed working week
  7. Averaging of hours of work
  8. Meal intervals
  9. Rest periods
  10. Payment for work on Sundays
  11. Night work
  12. Public holidays

PART E : LEAVE

  1. Annual leave
  2. Sick leave
  3. Family responsibility leave
  4. Maternity leave

 

PART F : PROHIBITION OF CHILD LABOUR AND FORCED LABOUR

  1. Prohibition of child labour and forced labour

PART G : TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT

  1. Termination of employment
  2. Payment instead of notice
  3. Payment on termination
  4. Severance pay
  5. Certificate of service

PART H : GENERAL

  1. Uniforms, overalls and protective clothing
  2. Attendance register
  3. Temporary employment services
  4. Duration of employment
  5. Keeping of sectoral determination
  6. What words mean in this determination

 

MINIMUM WAGE TABLES

TABLE 1 Minimum wages for employees in the wholesale and retail sector:
Area A TABLE 2 Minimum wages for employees in the wholesale and retail sector:
Area B TABLE 3 Minimum wages for employees in the wholesale and retail sector:
Area C TABLE 4 Minimum wages for employees in the wholesale and retail sector previously excluded from the scope of the Wage Determination 478, Commercial Distributive Trade, Certain areas:
Area A TABLE 5 Minimum wages for employees in the wholesale and retail sector previously excluded from the scope of the Wage Determination 478, Commercial Distributive Trade, Certain areas:
Area B TABLE 6 Minimum wages for employees in the wholesale and retail sector previously excluded from the scope of the Wage Determination 478, Commercial Distributive Trade, Certain areas: Area C

DEMARCATED AREAS FOR TABLES CLASSIFICATION

AREA A (Tables 1 and 4)AREA B (Tables 2 and 5)AREA C (Tables 3 and 6)

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