Submitted by Esther Esther on Mon, 2020-02-10 08:22
As of 1 January 2020 the new parental leave has replaced the three days paid family responsibility leave when a child is born or adopted.
Parental leave – 10 consecutive days
An employee who is a parent of a child will be entitled to 10 consecutive days’ parental leave. These are calendar days, not working days.
Adoption leave – 10 consecutive weeks
A single adoptive parent is entitled to 10 consecutive weeks’ adoption leave.
Submitted by Esther Esther on Mon, 2020-01-27 12:47
The Department of Labour offers basic guides to key topics within labour legislation. Read on for our summary of Family Responsibility Leave.
What is Family Responsibility Leave?
Workers may take up to 3 days of paid leave a year to attend to certain family responsibilities.
Who does it apply to:
Submitted by Phillipa on Thu, 2017-11-16 12:37
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Submitted by Phillipa on Sat, 2016-01-02 08:27
CONTRACT TO PERMANENT PLACEMENT FEE
When a fixed term or consultant employee, as introduced by RMM, is appointed permanently by The Client, a permanent placement fee of ten (10) percent of the First years remuneration including bonuses, allowances and commissions becomes applicable as well as the Warranty.
Submitted by Phillipa on Sat, 2016-01-02 08:22
WARRANTY PERMANENT PLACEMENTS
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Submitted by Phillipa on Tue, 2015-02-24 10:15
Section 198B(1) defines a fixed term contract as a contract of employment that terminates on:
· the occurrence of a specific event;
· the completion of a specified task or project;
· a fixed date other than an employee’s normal or agreed retirement age.
· The nature of the work is of a limited or definite duration. (Examples of this is where the person is employed to complete a specific task, for example, a building which may take longer than three months to complete (section 198B(3)(a)).
Submitted by Phillipa on Tue, 2014-10-14 12:21
Yes we use several independent contractors for our clients.
We contract your services on behalf of our clients; you are remunerated directly from RecruitMyMom on submission of your completed and authorized time sheets. As a RecruitMyMom independent contractor your agreed rate is adjusted upwards to include our service fees to the client.