1 Page 1 of 17. SCHEDULE . BARGAINING COUNCIL FOR THE restaurant , CATERING AND. ALLIED TRADES. COLLECTIVE agreement . Concluded in accordance with the provisions of the Labour Relations Act, no 66 of 1995, made and entered into by and between CATRA The restaurant and Food Services Association of South Africa (Hereinafter referred to as the employers or the employers organisation ), of the one part, and the South African Commercial Catering and Allied Workers Union (SACCAWU). and Hotel, Liquor, Catering, Commercial and Allied Workers Union. (HOTELICCA ). and Industrial Commercial & Allied Workers' Union (ICAWU). and Future of South African Workers Union (FOSAWU). and Socialist Organised Workers Union (SOWU). and Food and Allied Workers Union (FAWU). and South African Equity Workers Association (SAEWA). (Hereinafter referred to as the trade unions of the other part), being the parties to the BARGAINING COUNCIL for the restaurant , Catering and Allied Trades.
2 Page 2 of 17. 1. SCOPE OF APPLICATION. (1) The terms of this agreement shall be observed in the restaurant and Catering and Allied Trades . (a) By all employers who are members of the employers'. organisation and by all employees who are members of the trade unions. (b) In the Magisterial Districts of Alberton, Benoni, Boksburg, Brakpan, Delmas, Germiston, Johannesburg, Kempton Park, Krugersdorp, Randburg, Randfontein, Roodepoort, Springs, Stilfontein and Westonaria. (2) The terms of this agreement shall not apply to non-parties in respect of clauses 1, 1(a), 2 and 3 of this agreement 2. PERIOD OF OPERATION OF agreement . This agreement shall come into operation on the date fixed by the Minister of Labour to be the effective date from which the agreement shall be extended to become binding on non-parties, or the date on which the Minister of Labour declines to extend the agreement to non-parties, and the agreement shall remain in force for the period ending 31 may 2018.
3 3. SPECIAL PROVISIONS. The provisions contained in clauses 22(2) and 22(3) of the Collective agreement published under Government Notice No. R 707 of the 22 nd May 1998, as re-enacted and amended by government Notice No. R 78 of the 4th February 2000 R170 of 23rd February 2001 and R520 of 26th April 2002, R. 177 of 7th February 2003 and R 858 of 2nd September 2005, R849 of 15th August 2008, R44 of 27th May 2011 and R631 of 22 August 2014 (hereinafter referred to as the Former agreement shall apply to employers and employees). 4. GENERAL PROVISIONS. The provisions contained in clauses 3 to 21, 22(1), 22(2)(b), 22(4) and 23 up to and including 29 of the Former agreement shall apply to employers and employees. Page 3 of 17. 5. Clause 4 of the former Collective agreement is amended by the insertion of the new definition of commission worker . commission worker means any person who agrees in writing with the owner/management of an establishment to perform the duties of a waiter on which a commission will be paid at the end of each shift/week/month: Provided that the commission worker shall not work more than 36 hours in any week.
4 The deletion of the definition of military leave. Substitute the existing definition of part-time employee with the following new definition:- part-time employee means an employee (other than a part-time driver). employed by the establishment for not more than 24 ordinary hours of work in any week. Substitute the existing definition of waiter/wine steward with the following new definition waiter/wine steward means an employee other than a bartender, clerk/cashier or counter assistant, who performs any one or more of the following duties: (a) Serving meals and/or refreshments( whether alcoholic or non- alcoholic) to customers at tables or counters (b) Receiving payment for any order taken or executed and being responsible for payment (c) Setting and/or clearing tables (d) Checking and/or controlling dining-room and/or other pantry equipment (e) Filling butter and/or jam dishes and/or cruets, and may make salads 6.
5 Clause 5 of the former Collective agreement : The substitution of the existing minimum prescribed rate per hour in Rand for the period(s): Current From 1/6/2015 From 1/6/2016 From CATEGORY/CLASS To To To 1/6/2017. 31/5/2015 31/5/2016 31/5/2017 Thereafter H/RATE H/RATE H/RATE H/RATE. Page 4 of 17. CHEF/MANAGER ASSISTANT MANAGER BARTENDER, CASHIER CLERK. SECURITY GUARD, SUPERVISOR. ASST BARTENDER/CASHIER HCOOK/WAITER/HWINE STEWARD. KITCHEN SUPERVISOR COUNTER ASST/PART-TIME. DRIVERWAITER/WINE STEWARD. EMP. NOT SPECIFIED ELSEWHERE. MOTOR VEHICLE DRIVER (S). (A)EXTRA HEAVY (B)HEAVY (C)LIGHT BAKER/COOK CATERING GENERAL ASSISTANT WATCHMAN. By the substitution of the existing subclause 5(1)(c) with the new subclause 5(1)(c). (c) Commission workers: (1) The owner/management of an establishment and a commission worker may agree in writing that the commission worker will perform the duties of a waiter if and when so required by the owner on which a commission will be paid at the end of each shift/week/month.
6 (2) The owner/management shall pay a commission worker the rates applicable for commission work as agreed: Provided that if during any calculation period, the commission worker does not earn an amount equivalent to at least the prescribed minimum wage for waiters, excluding any gratuity or tips, the owner shall pay the commission worker not less than the applicable minimum wage as prescribed for waiters for the hours that the commission worker worked. (3) An agreement to perform commission work in terms of this clause shall be concluded before the work commences and shall include- (a) the commission worker's rate of commission;. (b) the basis for calculating commission;. Page 5 of 17. (c) the period, over which the payment is calculated, which period may not be longer than one month;. (d) when the owner shall pay the commission to the commission worker which commission may not be paid more than seven days after the end of the period in which the commission was earned; and (e) the type, description, number, quantity, margin, profit or orders (individual, weekly, monthly or otherwise) for which the commission worker is entitled to earn commission.
7 (4) The owner/management shall supply the commission worker with a copy of the agreement to perform commission work prior to the commencement of commission work. (5) The commission worker may apply for full time employment as a waiter, if a vacancy exists within the establishment for a waiter and the commission worker qualifies for the position of a waiter. (6) An owner who intends to cancel or amend the agreement in operation shall give the commission worker not less than four weeks' notice of such intention. By the substitution of the existing subclauses 5(8) and (8)(a) with the new subclauses 5(8) and 8(a). (8) An employer shall pay an employee other than part-time, casual, special function and commission workers the following as an annual bonus, payable during December :- (i) one weeks wages for one year completed service;. (ii) two weeks wages for two years completed service.
8 (8) (a) As from January 2015 an employer, other than a small employer shall pay an employee other than a part-time, casual, special function and commission workers the following as an annual bonus, payable during December: (i) three weeks wages for three and four years of completed service;. (ii) four weeks wages, for five or more years completed service. The substitution of the existing subclauses 5(9)(i) and 9(ii) with the new subclauses 5(9)(i) and 59)(ii). (9)(i) All employees other than part-time, casual, special function and commission workers earning less than per annum and have not been given an annual increase, shall receive an annual increase of not less than (9)(ii) All employees other than part-time, casual, special function and commission workers earning per annum or more and have not been given an annual increase shall receive an annual increase of not less than 6%.
9 Page 6 of 17. The insertion of a new subclause 5(11) after the existing subclause 5(10). (11) Employers that have not given their employees an annual increase as at the 1st June 2014, shall pay employees that earn below per annum, 8% per month and employees that earn or more per annum shall receive an increase of not less than 5% per month, for the period of 1st June 2014 to the date that the Minister promulgates the Collective agreement . Fifty percent (50%) of this amount will be paid during the first month of coming into operation of this agreement , the remaining fifty percent (50%) must be paid no later than thirty days (30) after the payment of the first fifty percent (50%). Provided that this sub-clause must not be interpreted to be in addition to that specified in clause 5 (9) (i) (ii). This sub- clause is a once off ex-gratia payment for employees that did not receive an annual increase with effect from 1st June 2014.
10 7. Clause 8 of the former Collective agreement is amended: By the substitution of the existing subclause 8(3) with the new subclause 8(3). 8(3) An employer may agree with an employee that the employee shall clean his wearing apparel in his or her own time, for which the employer shall pay the employee per week. This amount shall not be payable when the employee is off work. 8. Clause 13 of the former Collective agreement is amended: Substitute the existing subclause 13(3) with the new subclause 13(3): (3) The notice prescribed in subclause (1) may be given on any working day: provided that . (i) the period of notice shall not run concurrently with and notice shall not be given during an employees absence on leave granted in terms of clause 16;. (ii) notice shall not be given during an employee's absence on sick leave granted in terms of clause 14 or owing to incapacity in the circumstances set out in clause 14, amounting in the aggregate, in respect of absences referred to in provisos By the deletion of subclause 13(5).