See “fixed-term, part-time employees” or “regular part-time employees.
Employees who are engaged for a number of hours that are less than those for full-time employees in an award. Part-time workers generally receive the same entitlements and benefits of a full-time worker on a proportional basis.
To the purposes of qualifying for group insurance, a part-time employee is an employee working less than 30 hours per week.
Employees who usually work between 1 and 34 hours per week (at all jobs within an establishment) regardless of the number of hours worked in the reference week
refers to persons who were employees in their main job and: (for single job holders) usually work less than 35 hours a week, and did so in the reference week or (for multiple job holders) actually worked less than 35 hours in their main job in the reference week, or were away from their main job but usually worked less than 35 hours a week in all jobs.