6.5 EMPLOYMENT TYPES
6.5.1 Full-time employment means employment other than part-time or casual and may be on a fixed-term or continuing basis.
6.5.2 Part-time employment means employment for less than the normal weekly hours specified for a full-time staff member, for which all Agreement entitlements are paid on a pro rata basis calculated by reference to the time worked. Part-time employment may contain a reasonable probationary period that is directly related to the nature of the work to be carried out under the contract.
18.104.22.168 Payment of overtime to a part-time professional staff member shall be in accordance with sub-clause 5.3.5 (Overtime) of this Agreement.
6.5.3 Fractional employment means employment for a fixed number of weeks in the year which is less than fifty-two (52) weeks of the year, for which all entitlements are paid on a pro rata basis calculated by reference to the time worked. Fractional employment may be on a continuing or fixed-term basis, may be full-time or part-time weekly hours, and, may contain a reasonable probationary period that is directly related to the nature of the work to be carried out under the contract. Payment for Fractional employment will be in accordance with the rates set out in Schedule 1 Part A or Schedule 1 Part B.
22.214.171.124 Payment of overtime to a fractional professional staff member shall be in accordance with sub-clause 5.3.5 (Overtime) of this Agreement.
126.96.36.199 A continuing fractional staff member or fixed term fractional staff member greater than twenty-four (24) months may apply to the University to receive an annualised salary payment over a twelve (12) month period based on the staff member’s fraction of employment.
6.5.4 Casual employment is employment by the hour and is paid a rate on an hourly basis that includes a loading related to benefits for which a casual is not eligible. A casual employee will be paid a rate calculated in accordance with the weekly base rate derived from the relevant classification plus a casual loading.
6.5.5 Sessional employment means Academic employment on a non-continuing basis for a number of programmed engagements over a specified period during the year, and for which payment is made at an hourly rate. In the case of an academic sessional staff member, such engagements will normally be related to a teaching session as set out in the University calendar. Payment for each programmed engagement of sessional employment will be in accordance with the rates set out in Schedule 2 of this Agreement.
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