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It is entirely at the Company's discretion whether to offer you work and it is under no obligation to provide work to you at any time. The Company reserves the right to give or not give work to any person at any time and is under no obligation to give any reasons for such decisions. If work is offered by the Company you are expected to accept it and undertake the work required by the Company. Should work be offered to you, the Company will not require you to work for more than 48 hours a week.
If you no longer wish to be considered for casual work by the Company you should inform the Company as soon as possible and provide 1 week’s notice of termination.
The Company may terminate this contract by giving notice in writing to you equal to 1 week in the first two years of employment, increasing by a week for each additional full year’s service, up to a maximum of 12 weeks’ notice for 12 or more years of continuous service.