The following Employment precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
[To be typed on the organisation’s headed notepaper]
[Insert name of worker]
[Insert worker’s address]
Dear [insert name of worker] (‘you’)
Casual work for [insert name of organisation] (‘we’ or ‘us’)
This agreement sets out the terms on which you and we have agreed that you will provide your occasional services as [insert role] on a casual, fixed-term basis. Due to the nature of our business, and this role, we are unable to anticipate exactly when, and for how long, we will need your services during the [[summer] term OR harvest period OR performance season at [insert name of venue]].
Your employer under this agreement is [insert name of organisation]. This agreement is not a contract of employment and it does not give you any employment rights, other than those to which workers are entitled.
Term of engagement
Your engagement under this agreement starts on [insert date] and ends on [insert date] (Term), unless terminated earlier in accordance with paragraph 23.
[The first [insert number] [weeks OR months] of your engagement will be a probationary period (the Probationary Period), during which we will assess your suitability for the engagement and monitor your performance and conduct. During the Probationary Period, either we or you may end your engagement by giving [one week’s] written notice. When you have completed your Probationary Period to our satisfaction, we will confirm your continued
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