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Basic Guide to Public Holidays (Domestic Workers)

by Zopedol — last modified 2007-11-28 14:02
Workers must get paid time off for public holidays, but if they agree to work, they must be paid double their normal wage.

Application

Sectoral Determination 7 applies to all domestic workers  (including independent contractors and those employed by agencies), except domestic workers who -
  • work on farms; or
  • are covered by -
    • another sectoral determination, or
    • a bargaining council agreement.

The Basic Conditions of Employment Act applies in respect of any matter not covered by this sectoral determination.

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Pay for Public Holidays

Workers must get paid time off for any public holiday that falls on a working day.

Working on Public Holidays

Working on a public holiday is by agreement only.
 
Workers must be paid double the normal wage for working on a public holiday.

Exchanging Public Holidays

A public holiday can be exchanged with another day by agreement.

Public Holidays and Annual Leave

A public holiday cannot be counted as annual leave.

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