Creative and entertainment industry businesses commonly hire casual staff as opposed to full-time staff.  Hiring casuals can be great for short-term projects or productions, or if an employee wishes to have more flexibility in terms of work days and hours.


Certain legal requirements apply to casual employees that are different from permanent part-time or full-time staff, so it’s important to ensure you make the terms of casual employment clear in your Casual Employment Agreement.  If you’re thinking about entering a Casual Employment Agreement, filing out our checklist will help you work out what to consider when bringing on a casual employee.


Fill out the checklist below if you’d like us to help you draft a Casual Employment Agreement. 


If you can’t answer certain questions, you’ll probably need legal advice, so just put ‘I don’t know’ or get in touch!