25 19.4 Overtime Part-time workers may be offered overtime at regular hours of work for the time worked within the limits set out in this agreement. Part-time work has the right to refuse an offer of additional regular working time. When a part-time worker is instructed by the employer to work appropriate overtime or more than 38 hours per week, on average 38 hours per week or the limits prescribed by the agreement, The terms of this agreement apply to part-time workers (except where a clause expressly states that it does not apply to part-time workers), on the basis that normal weekly hours are 38 years for full-time workers, including the payment of an hourly rate equal to 1/38 of the appropriate weekly rate for the distribution of workers; Accumulated paid leave, family leave and pro-rata work development leave, including regular overtime. 20. Casual employment 20.1 A casual worker is the casual worker who deals with the relief of work or casual work and whose employer`s employment is limited without notice by the employer or worker, without notice by the employer or worker, but does not contain a worker who could be classified in accordance with clause 18 – Full-time employment, clause 19 – part-time or clause 22 – Temporary employment. The minimum length of employment for a casual worker is three (3) hours A casual worker will receive an amount equal to 1/38 of the weekly wage for all days of the week. which corresponds to the classification of the employee per hour plus 25% and, for all work on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, an amount equal to 1/38 of the weekly salary corresponding to the allocation of the worker per hour increased by 75%. In addition, a casual worker is entitled to uniform and other allowances in this contract The provisions of clause 24 (cessation of the employment contract), clause 59 (annual leave), clause 62 (personal leave/care) and Long Service Leave does not apply to a casual agent The list in item 20.4 is not exhaustive and the relevant clauses should be used to determine the appropriateness. PART C TYPES OF EMPLOI AND EMPLOI 25 16 13.8 Alternative proposal (stage 5) The worker or the Union concerned and other representatives (if any) may submit alternative proposals that take into account the objective and benefits of the proposal. Alternative proposals should be submitted in a timely manner to avoid unreasonable delays (step 6) (d) The employer will immediately and seriously consider the issues arising from the consultation, including an alternative proposal presented in point 13.8, as well as to the workers concerned, the Union and other designated representatives (if any) to inform in writing the outcome of the consultation, including: whether the employer intends to continue with the proposed amendment; Any changes to the proposed amendment resulting from the consultation; Details of any measures to mitigate or avoid the impact of the changes on the personnel involved; and a summary of the issues raised by the workers concerned, the Union and its representatives, including possible alternative proposals, consultation on changes to the working tables or working time When an employer proposes to change the normal turnover or normal working hours of a worker, the employer consults the worker or worker concerned and, if necessary, its representatives on the proposed amendment.