A worker who regularly commissions must receive at least two-thirds of the current minimum wage to which he is entitled. All employees who earn commissions need a written agreement that describes the employee`s salary and the basis for calculating the commission. It must also indicate the period for which the commission is calculated, and it should not be more than one month. We remain convinced that normal hours are set at 12. (1) should be reduced to 40 hours per week without full-time workers being paid. 4. The normal hours of a worker affected in Point 1 may be extended by mutual agreement of up to 15 minutes per day, but not more than 60 minutes per week, so that a worker whose role is to serve the public can continue to perform these tasks after the completion of normal working hours. 2. An employer may not compel or allow a worker bound by an agreement covered by paragraph 1 to work more than “Baker” – a worker who prepares, tracks, manufactures and completes products to specifications. Hygiene maintenance, production control, stock rotation, training and custom orders may be associated, but not at the heart of the function; (b) an agreement with a worker in accordance with point (a) when the worker enters work or is only valid for one year in the first three months of employment. (b) if there is no agreement covered in point (a) on a date set by the employer in accordance with this clause. (3) An agreement on the implementation of the commissions within the meaning of this clause must be concluded before the start of work and should include the following: we believe that the determination should also aim to address national priorities, including addressing the challenges of poverty and inequality.
We find that wholesale and retail trade is one of the sectors that faces the challenge of the working poor because of low wages and the lack of guaranteed minimum hours for part-time workers. (5) Tables 1 to 2 apply to wholesale and retail employers in Area A or.B. (1) A written agreement may provide that a worker who works 27 hours or less per week is employed under the following conditions: (2) A worker who works 27 hours or less per week and who has not reached an agreement in accordance with point 1 is entitled to all the basic conditions of employment set out in this finding. , if necessary, on a proportionate basis. From 1 March 2020, the minimum wage, in accordance with the National Minimum Wage Act, as well as wages in the contract cleaning and wholesale and retail sectors will increase.