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Labour Relations Act, 1995 (Act No. 66 of 1995)

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Bargaining Council for the Hairdressing Trade (Cape Penninsula)

Main Collective Agreement

12. Sundays

 

 

12.1 An employer may not require an employee who ordinarily does not work on a Sunday to work on a Sunday except in accordance with an agreement.

 

12.2 If a salon is usually open on Sundays and an employee is required to work on a Sunday in addition to the normal weekly hours of 45 hours per week, then the employee must be paid for the hours worked on the Sunday at a rate of one and a half times such employee's normal hourly rate of pay.

 

12.3 If a salon is not usually open on Sunday and an employee is required to work on a Sunday in addition to the normal weekly hours of 45 hours per week, then the employee must be paid for the hours worked on the Sunday at a rate of two times such employee's normal hourly rate of pay.

 

12.4 If an employee works on a Sunday as part of the normal weekly hours of 45 hours per week then the employee must be paid such employee's normal hourly rate of pay.

 

12.5 An employer must pay an employee and not grant time off in lieu of hours worked on a Sunday in excess of 45 hours.