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Hours of work _ 40 hrs per week, 8hrs per day rostered Mondays to Sundays rotational shift patterns. _ Shifts range from 07h00 to 20h00 Monday to Friday. Saturday & Sunday Shifts range from 07h00 to 18h00. _ Lunch break 30 min and 2 X 15min tea breaks. _ Includes public holiday work. Annual leave 15 days annual leave per annum Training The client will provide 6 weeks product and systems training. Training commences 03 June 2013. Probation Probation period commences upon successful completion of training, for a period of 4 months. Relocation costs Minimum commitment of 18 months service with MPL, short of this the employee authorises The client to deduct the cost of training, flights, accommodation, work permit proportionately. The 18 month employment term agreement will commence on the first day of training. Costs for training, permit, accommodation and flight costs will only be payable if the employee does not meet the minimum employment term requirement of 18 months. If the employee fails to complete 18 months service, the cost will be calculated as follows: A. Total cost of training and relocation costs (flights, permit, 1 month accommodation) B. Divided by 18 months C. Multiplied by the number of incomplete months D. Equals the amount to be deducted from the employees final salary payment Medical insurance Membership to medical insurance is optional. Work permits The client will cover the costs associated with obtaining a work permit. Work permit is valid in line with employment contract and up to a maximum period of 3 years – it is renewable. Remuneration package breakdown Authorised Overtime if operationally required: paid at 1.5 X normal rate Public Holiday pay: paid at 2 X normal rate
Statutory deductions (monthly) include Tax (PAYE) Normal tax in South Africa is governed by the provisions of the Income Tax Act 58 of 1962 (the act). All foreigners working in South Africa will be liable for normal tax on their income earned in South Africa. Salary will be R140 000.00 cost to company per annum. Your employment will be on a probationary period of four (4) months.