long term casuals

Long term casuals are employees who have worked for the same employer consistently and systematically for at least 12 months, often with a predictable pattern of work.

A long term casual employee is someone who doesn't have a permanent or fixed-term contract but works for the same employer regularly for at least 12 months. These employees typically don’t have a set work schedule but their work pattern is consistent and predictable, such as working the same days each week. This term recognises the ongoing relationship between the employer and the casual employee which can impact their rights and entitlements.

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