RLCA Interpretation

There are 2 sectors for Full-Time. Full-Time Employees must be paid a minimum of 4 hours per shift on a Public Holiday or working on a RDO;

  • Full Time
  • Full Time - Maintenance and Horticulture

There are 2 sectors for Part-Time - Part Time employees must be paid a minimum of 3 hours per shift / 4 on a Public Holiday or working on a RDO;

  • Part Time
  • Part Time - Maintenance and Horticulture

There are 4 sectors for Casuals;

  • Casual - Other Sectors - must be paid a minimum of 2 hours per shift
  • Casual - Bingo Caller - must be paid a minimum of 3 hours per shift
  • Casual - Maintenance and Horticulture - must be paid a minimum of 2 hours per shift
  • Casual - Fitness Instructor - must be paid a minimum of 1 hour per shift

There are changes as announced by the Fair Work Commission, effective 1 July 2018. This includes:

  • Casual - Overtime
  • Full-time & part-time - Sunday
  • Casual - Sunday

Full-Time

Full-Time

Full-Time - Maintenance and Horticulture

Part-Time

Part-Time

Part Time - Maintenance and Horticulture

Casual

Casual - Other Sectors

Casual - Maintenance and Horticulture

Casual - Bingo Caller

Casual - Fitness Instructor

Casual - Overtime

Casuals can now receive overtime. This occurs:

  • when an employees works more than 38 hours per week or works an average of 38 hours per week over a roster cycle
  • when an employee works more than 11 hours on any day

Full-time & Part-time - Sunday

Full-time and part-time employees get paid the following percentages of their base pay rate:

Casuals - Sunday

Full-time and part-time employees get paid the following percentages of their base pay rate:

Allowances - Not Automated

  • First Aid Allowance
  • Laundry - Club Manager
  • Meal Allowance
  • Tool Allowance - Cook
  • Vehicle Allowance - Up To ATO Limit
  • Vehicle Allowance - Above ATO Limit

To add the allowances into the export please follow the below instructions;

Approve the timesheet and unapprove the pay.

Add in the shift loading and number of units/hours.

Approve the pay.

Conditions that have not been included

Who is affected - What should happen - Can this be done in Deputy 

  • All Employees - Higher Duties: If an employee works at a higher classification, pay the higher rate - This can be done in Premium through Area based pay. 
  • Part Time Employees - Overtime should be calculating at the employee’s “Ordinary Hours” per week, rather than at 38 hours. - This can be done in Enterprise 
  • All employees - Automated Allowances - This can be done in Enterprise 
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