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									                                                     SECTION 4: HOURS OF WORK

4        SECTION 4: HOURS OF WORK
4.1      Full Time Employees
         (a)       A Full Time Employee will work 38 hours per week.
         (b)       Subject to paragraph (c) of this clause, a Full Time Employee employed in the
                   Food, Beverage & Entertainment industry Group, with the approval of their
                   direct manager, may be entitled to work these hours flexibly and may work
                   their hours at any time of any day in accordance with Arc’s Flexible Work
                   Arrangements Policy.
         (c)       A Full Time Employee employed in the Corporate Administration & Student
                   Programs Industry Groups are required to work the Core Business Hours set
                   out in Section 4, clause 4.3 unless the Employee is on approved leave.
         (d)       For the avoidance of doubt, a Fixed Term Employee who is required to work
                   full time hours, or a Full Time Employee who works according to a roster
                   employed in the Retail & Building Services Industry Groups, is not subject to
                   this clause.
         (e)       An Employee will not be required to work more than 10 consecutive days
                   without a break of at least 48 hours.


4.2      Part-Time Employees
         (a)       The hours of work for Part Time Employee’s will ordinarily be less than 38
                   hours per week.
         (b)       A Part Time Employee’s entitlement to sick leave, annual leave and long
                   service leave will apply on a pro rata basis.
         (c)       Subject to paragraph (d) of this clause, a Part Time Employee, employed in
                   the Food, Beverage & Entertainment industry Group, with the approval of their
                   direct manager, may be entitled to work these hours flexibly and may work
                   their hours at any time of any day in accordance with Arc’s Flexible Work
                   Arrangements Policy.
         (d)       A Part Time Employee, employed in the Corporate Administration & Student
                   Programs Industry Groups are required to work the Core Business Hours set
                   out in Section 4, clause 4.3 unless the Employee is on approved leave.
         (e)       For the avoidance of doubt, a Fixed Term Employee who is required to work
                   part time hours, or a Part Time Employee who works according to a roster, is
                   not subject to this clause.
         (f)       An Employee will not be required to work more than 10 consecutive days
                   without a break of at least 48 hours.


4.3      Arc’s Core Business Hours
         (a)       The Core Business Hours are between 8 am and 6 pm, Monday to Friday.




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4.4      Hours worked above Ordinary Hours
         (a)       A salaried Full Time and Part Time Employee may be required to work
                   reasonable additional hours (overtime). In determining whether reasonable
                   additional hours are reasonable, refer to Arc’s Flex Leave Policy.
         (b)       A salaried Full Time and Part Time Employee may elect to have treated any
                   hours worked above their reasonable hours of overtime as set out in Section
                   4, clause 4.4, paragraph (a) as Flex Time.
         (c)       Full Time and Part Time Employee’s who are not salaried employee’s may
                   elect to have treated all hours worked above their Ordinary Hours as Flex
                   Time.
         (d)       The approval of an Employee’s direct manager is necessary before an
                   employee is entitled to accrue more than their Ordinary Hours of work.


4.5      On Call
         (a)       Where an Employee is required to be on call (that is, required to work at any
                   point of the day with minimal notice), the Employee will be paid at the rate of
                   one and half times the Employee’s Normal Hourly Rate for any hours worked.
         (b)       Where an Employee is required to be on call (that is, required to be available
                   to work at any point of the day), the Employee is entitled to an allowance as
                   set out in Section 7, clause 7.2, paragraph (a).
         (c)       For the avoidance of doubt, a Casual Employee is not subject to this clause.


4.6      Casual Employee’s
         (a)       Casual Employee’s will be hired by the hour to work as required.
         (b)       A Casual Employee will be engaged for a minimum period of three (3) hours
                   on each occasion required.
         (c)       A Casual Employee can be engaged for a minimum period for two (2) hours
                   for the purpose of training and or induction.
         (d)       A Casual Employee’s engagement terminates at the end of each shift.
         (e)       Although Casual Employee’s may be required to work according to a roster,
                   this does not mean that Casual Employee’s have any entitlement to ongoing
                   employment.
         (f)       A Casual Employee is not entitled to receive any penalty amount for working
                   overtime or on a weekend.


4.7      Shift Work Employee’s
         (a)       Rosters will be posted in a readily accessible place. Employee’s will be
                   notified of any changes to the rosters at least two days prior to becoming
                   operative where possible.
         (b)       Employee’s whose shift concludes after 12 am midnight and before 6 am, will
                   be entitled to receive a loading of 30% for all hours worked in that shift.
         (c)       An Employee’s rostered hours may vary from day to day and week to week
                   and may not fall at the same time or day each week.




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         (d)         Where hours are set by roster, an Employee’s shift shall not exceed a
                     maximum of 12 ordinary time hours on any day.
         (e)         Rosters shall be arranged so that an Employee shall have at least 10 hours
                     off duty between work on successive days. In the event that an Employee is
                     recalled to work and agrees to forego their 10 hour break, the first two hours
                     of the subsequent shift shall attract a loading of 25% in addition to the
                     ordinary hourly rate of pay.


4.8      Meal Breaks
         (a)         All Employee’s are entitled to a 30 minute unpaid meal break after working for
                     five consecutive hours inclusive of Section 4, clause 4.8, paragraph (c).
         (b)         Employee’s, in agreement with Arc, may increase their unpaid meal break.
                     This must be discussed and approved by the Employee’s manager.
         (c)         All Employee’s are also entitled to receive a 10 minute paid morning tea break
                     to be taken at a time agreed with their manager, or if the Employee is rostered
                     to work after midday, a 10 minute afternoon tea break, when working for
                     approximately four (4) consecutive hours.


4.9      Maximum hours (students only)
         Employee’s who are currently enrolled at the University and undertaking a study load
         are require to comply with the maximum hours set out in this clause.
         Study Load           Maximum of hours per week
         4 Subjects           20 hrs per week
         3 Subjects           25 hrs per week
         2 Subjects           30 hrs per week
         1 Subject            35 hrs per week




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