Live Performance Award 2010 [MA000081]

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This article provides guidelines about when to use the different work types, shift conditions and tags that are included as part of the pre-built Live Performance Award. For further information about the Live Performance Award, refer to Live Performance Award

Performers and Company Dancers
Musicians
Striptease Artists
Production and Support Staff

Installing and Configuring the Pre-Built Award Package

For details on how to install and configure this Pre-built Award Template, please review the detailed help article here.

Performers and Company Dancers
The following work types, shift conditions and tags are available under the Live Performance Award (MA000081) for Performers and Company Dancers.

 

Work Types

Afternoon Rehearsal by Agreement
Choose this work type when afternoon and evening rehearsals are mutually agreed upon between the employer and employee.

Annual Leave Taken
Choose this work type when annual leave was taken

Company Dancer or Performer per Performance
Choose this work type when employee is casually employed on a per performance rate.

Company Dancer or Performer per Public Holiday Performance
Choose this work type when employee is casually employed on a per performance rate and the day on which a performance is being held is on a gazetted public holiday.

Company Dancer or Performer per Sunday Performance
Choose this work type when employee is casually employed on a per performance rate and the day on which a performance is being held is Sunday.

Compassionate Leave Taken
Choose this work type when compassionate leave was taken

Concurrent Productions (>8)
Choose this work type when an employee is engaged by the weekly engagement to appear in two or more different contemporaneous production for the same employer, and one of the productions is a pantomime and the number of performances exceeds eight in a week.

Extra 9th Pantomime
Choose this work type when an employee is required to perform in an additional ninth pantomime in any such week.

Extra 10-12th Pantomime
Choose this work type when an employee is required to perform in additional pantomimes in excess of the ninth performance up to twelve performances in any such week.

Extra Performance - substantially whole time productions (>8)
Choose this work type when an employee is required to perform in more than eight substantially whole time productions (except pantomimes) in a week.

Extra Performance - up to 1 hr (>12)
Choose this work type when an employee is required to perform in additional performances up to one hour in duration above 12 in any such week.

Extra Performance (School Tour)
Choose this work type when an employee is required to perform in additional performances up to one hour and 30 minutes in duration above 10, and up to one hour in duration above 15, in any such week.

Leave Rehearsal Early (Casual)
Choose this work type if a casual employee decides to leave the rehearsal earlier than the completion of one hour.

Leave without Pay Taken
Choose this work type when unpaid leave was taken

Long Service Leave Taken
Choose this work type when long service leave was taken

Meal Allowance less than 2 hours b/w performances - Company Dancer
Choose this work type when an employee is a Company Dancer and has had less than two hours between performances and requires a meal allowance.

Meal Allowance less than 2 hours b/w performances – Performer
Choose this work type when an employee is a Performer and has had less than two hours between performances and requires a meal allowance.

Paid Community Service Leave Taken
Choose this work type when Paid Community leave was taken

Performance or dress rehearsal of 1 hour or less
Choose this work type when the performance or dress rehearsal is to be less than one hour in duration.

Personal/Carer's Leave Taken
Choose this work type when sick/carers leave was taken

Public Holiday not Worked
Choose this work type when employee is not required to work on a gazetted public holiday but otherwise would have worked on this day.

Special Attendance Allowance (employee)
Choose this work type if an employee is required for a special attendance for the purpose of wardrobe, fitting, publicity, public relations, still photography or any other matter connected with the employer’s business and the employer directs an employee to attend for that purpose (excepting before, during or after a rehearsal or performance call).

Special Attendance Allowance (prospective)
Choose this work type if a prospective employee is required for a special attendance for the purpose of wardrobe, fitting, publicity, public relations, still photography or any other matter connected with the employer’s business (except radio or television appearances and/or interviews), to attend at the employer’s place of business, a still photographic studio or in another location agreed between the employer and the prospective employee.

Supervising Classes – dancers
Choose this work type when an employee is required to supervise a dance class.

Travelling Time
Choose this work type when the employer during the course of a normal day’s work, requires the employee to travel, the travelling time inclusive of regular stops for comfort and refreshment will be counted as time worked.

Travelling Time (on Performance/Rehearsal Day)
Choose this work type when the employer during the course of a normal day’s work, requires the employee to travel on a day when rehearsals and performances are required, the travelling time inclusive of regular stops for comfort and refreshment will be counted as time worked.

Understudy - Leading Role
Choose this work type when an employee is required by the employer to act as understudy in a role where the salary of the employee concerned exceeds double the Performer Category 1 Grade 1 rate but is less than the upper salary limit figure of a Star Role.

Understudy - Minor Supporting Role
Choose this work type when an employee is required by the employer to act as understudy in a role of lesser requirements than those that apply for a supporting role.

Understudy - Star Role
Choose this work type when an employee is required by the employer to act as understudy in a role where the salary of the employee concerned exceeds the upper salary limit figure prescribed in clause 3—Definitions and interpretation.

Understudy - Supporting Role
Choose this work type when an employee is required by the employer to act as understudy in a role where the employee is required to speak more than 40 words or sing solo more than 40 bars of music in the aggregate, or dance solo more than 40 bars of music in the aggregate. A supporting role includes a situation where an employee performs such a role as part of a duo, trio or quartet.

Understudy Performance - Leading Role
Choose this work type when an employee is required to perform in a part in which they are acting as understudy in a role where the salary of the employee concerned exceeds double the Performer Category 1 Grade 1 rate but is less than the upper salary limit figure of a Star Role.

Understudy Performance - Minor Supporting Role
Choose this work type when an employee is required to perform in a part in which they are acting as understudy in a role of lesser requirements than those that apply for a supporting role.

Understudy Performance - Star Role
Choose this work type when an employee is required to perform in a part in which they are acting as understudy in a role where the salary of the employee concerned exceeds the upper salary limit figure prescribed in clause 3—Definitions and interpretation.

Understudy Performance - Supporting Role
Choose this work type when an employee is required to perform in a part in which they are acting as understudy in a role where the employee is required to speak more than 40 words or sing solo more than 40 bars of music in the aggregate, or dance solo more than 40 bars of music in the aggregate. A supporting role includes a situation where an employee performs such a role as part of a duo, trio or quartet.

Vehicle Allowance
Choose this work type where an employer requests an employee to use their own motor vehicle in the performance of their duties. The kilometres travelled should be entered into the ‘units’ field ie 1 (one) unit is equivalent to 1 (one) kilometre.

Weekly Shoe Allowance (per pair)
Choose this work type when an employee is required to provide and wear shoes when in a rehearsal or performance.

Weekly Wardrobe Allowance (per item)
Choose this work type when an employee is required to provide and wear clothes when in a rehearsal of performance.

Working through a break or interval (Performers & Company Dancers)
Choose this work type when an employee is required to work through their allocated meal break or and interval.

Shift Conditions

Accommodation Allowance
Select this shift condition where the employee does not accept employer provided accommodation. The employee will be paid an allowance instead.

Afternoon rehearsals a week prior to new production (Company Dancers)
Select this shift condition when a company dancer is required for afternoon rehearsals the week prior to a new production commencement.

Assistant Stage Manager Allowance
Select this shift condition when an employee is engaged as an assistant stage manager.

Casual performance 3+ hours
Select this shift condition if a casual employee is required for a performance where the duration is in excess of three hours.

Country Tour
Select this shift condition when the employee is engaged on a country tour.

Deputy Ballet Master/Mistress
Select this shift condition when a member of the company of dancers who acts on a regular basis as Deputy Ballet Master/Mistress and who, under the direction of the Artistic Director, supervises classes and performs other related additional duties.

Driver / Person in Charge Allowance
Select this shift condition when an employee who is required to perform work as driver or a person in charge whilst on tour.

Emergency Cast Replacement Rehearsal (Company Dancer)
Select this shift condition when a company dancer is required to be cast in an emergency and is required to rehearse and work in two performances.

Incidentals allowance while travelling
Select this shift condition when an employee is required to travel and be paid an allowance for incidentals.

Making an Advertisement Allowance
Select this shift condition when a segment of a production in which an employee is performing is filmed or otherwise recorded for publicity purposes and is made up to an advertisement for the production for the purposes of being transmitted by television or radio as paid advertisement.

Meal allowance while travelling - not local shows
Select this shift condition when an employee is to be paid a meal allowance whilist travelling and not at a local show.

New Production (Rehearsals a week prior)
Select this shift condition when employee is engaged in rehearsals a week prior to a new production commencement.  

Nude Allowance
Select this shift condition when an employee agrees to appear nude or semi-nude.

Performance (Company Dancer)
Select this shift condition when a company dancer is required to work in a performance.

Performance Day
Select this shift condition when an employee is required to work in a performance on the day.

Rehearsal on Performance Day
Select this shift condition when an employee is required to rehearse on the same day as a performance.

Rehearsal or Extra Session (call)
Select this shift condition when an employee is required to work in a rehearsal or for an extra session.

Seven Days Proceeding the Opening of a Stage Production (no meal break)
Select this shift condition for an employee working during the preparation of a stage production for the period of seven days preceding the opening of the production.

 Tags

Company Dancer
Assign this tag if an employee is a professional dancer who has the appropriate training or equivalent experience and who is engaged to perform as a company member.

Dance Captain
Assign this tag when a member of the ensemble of performers who acts as Dance Captain or who under the direction of the employer or the employer’s representative supervises the work of the ensemble of performers.

Deputy Ballet Master/Mistress
Assign this tag when a member of the company of dancers who acts on a regular basis as Deputy Ballet Master/Mistress and who, under the direction of the Artistic Director, supervises classes and performs other related additional duties

Laundry allowance - blouses and shirts (full-time)
Assign this tag where an employee is employed weekly or full-time and is required to wear blouses and/or shirts that are not laundered by the employer.

Laundry allowance - other garments (full-time)
Assign this tag where an employee is employed weekly or full-time and is required to wear any other garment that are not laundered by the employer.

Laundry allowance - Part-time and Casual
Assign this tag where an employee, other than weekly or full-time, is required to wear clothing that are not laundered by the employer.

Performers
Assign this tag to an employee who takes part in a performance and includes an actor, singer, dancer, musician, understudy/swing performer, puppeteer, compere, comedian or any other type of performer.

Performer on School Tour
Assign this tag if an employee engages in performances on school tours.

Supernumerary
Assign this tag when an employee is employed to appear only incidentally or in background, or participating only in crowd or background speech or noise, who does not speak or dance or perform individually as directed.

 

 

Musicians
The following work types, shift conditions and tags are available under the Live Performance Award (MA000081) for Musicians.

Work Types

Annual Leave Taken
Choose this work type when annual leave was taken

Audio Recorded Musician Performance
Choose this work type when the employee’s performance is being audio recorded.

Audio Recorded Musician Performance – doubling
Choose this work type when the employee’s performance is being audio recorded and the musician is required to play one or more additional instruments in the same call other than the instrument for which the musician is primarily employed.

Audio Recorded Musician Performance – overdubbing
Choose this work type when the employee’s performance is being audio recorded and the musician is required to play additional parts.

Audio Recorded Musician Performance – principal
Choose this work type when the employee’s performance is being audio recorded and the musician is required to play as the principal instrument.

AV or Visual Recorded Musician Performance
Choose this work type when the employee’s performance is being audio-visually or visually recorded.

AV or Visual Recorded Musician Performance – doubling
Choose this work type when the employee’s performance is being audio-visually or visually recorded and the musician is required to play one or more additional instruments in the same call other than the instrument for which the musician is primarily employed.

AV or Visual Recorded Musician Performance – overdubbing
Choose this work type when the employee’s performance is being audio-visually or visually recorded and the musician is required to play additional parts.

AV or Visual Recorded Musician Performance – principal
Choose this work type when the employee’s performance is being audio-visually or visually recorded and the musician is required to play as the principal instrument.

Change of Audience - <1 hr b/w call
Choose this work type if an employee is directed to appear at a call which commences within one hour of the conclusion of a call at which such employee has appeared and there has been a complete change of audience between such two calls.

Compassionate Leave Taken
Choose this work type when compassionate leave was taken

Leave without Pay Taken
Choose this work type when unpaid leave was taken

Long Service Leave Taken
Choose this work type when long service leave was taken

One Additional Instrument – employer
Choose this work type when employee is required to play one additional instrument in a call supplied by the employer.

One Additional Instrument – musician
Choose this work type when employee is required to play one additional instrument in a call supplied by the employee.

Paid Community Service Leave Taken
Choose this work type when Paid Community leave was taken

Personal/Carer's Leave Taken
Choose this work type when sick/carers leave was taken

Public Holiday not Worked
Choose this work type when employee is not required to work on a gazetted public holiday but otherwise would have worked on this day.

Second Additional Instrument – employer
Choose this work type when employee is required to play two additional instruments in a call supplied by the employer.

Second Additional Instrument – musician
Choose this work type when employee is required to play two additional instruments in a call supplied by the employee.

Simulcast Musician Performance
Choose this work type when the employee’s performance is being simulcast (radio and television, single use within Australia).

Simulcast Musician Performance – principal
Choose this work type when the employee’s performance is being simulcast (radio and television, single use within Australia) and the musician is required to play as the principal instrument.

Soloist Allowance (per instrument)
Choose this work type if an employee is performing solo in an orchestra and will receive an allowance per instrument per call.

Supply own Music
Choose this work type when an employee is required to supply their own music and will receive an allowance per instrument per call.

Televised Musician Performance
Choose this work type when the employee’s performance is being televised.

Televised Musician Performance – doubling
Choose this work type when the employee’s performance is being televised and the musician is required to play one or more additional instruments in the same call other than the instrument for which the musician is primarily employed.

Televised Musician Performance – principal
Choose this work type when the employee’s performance is being televised and the musician is required to play as the principal instrument.

Upkeep of 2nd Instrument
Choose this work type when an employee supplies another instrument other than their primary instrument and must maintain the condition of the instrument.

Vehicle Allowance
Choose this work type where an employer requests an employee to use their own motor vehicle in the performance of their duties. The kilometres travelled should be entered into the ‘units’ field ie 1 (one) unit is equivalent to 1 (one) kilometre.

Shift Conditions

3rd plus call for day – Musicians
Select this shift condition where the employee is performing in their third or more call for the day.

Accommodation Allowance
Select this shift condition where the employee does not accept employer provided accommodation. The employee will be paid an allowance instead.

Conductor-leader – 3+ musicians
Select this shift condition where the employee is conducting/leading three or more musicians.

Conductor-leader - grand opera, grand ballet, concerts or religious performances
Select this shift condition where the employee is conducting/leading in a grand opera, grand ballet, concerts or religious performance.

Incidentals allowance while travelling
Select this shift condition when an employee is required to travel and be paid an allowance for incidentals.

Instrumentalist - playing alone
Select this shift condition when an instumentalist is required to play alone.

Meal allowance while travelling - not local shows
Select this shift condition when an employee is to be paid a meal allowance whilist travelling and not at a local show.

More than 21 minutes of material recorded
Select this shift condition when the employee is required to record more than 21 minutes of finished material.

Musician Speciality Entertainment (>6 days)
Select this shift condition when the engagement is customarily accepted as speciality and requires the employee for more than six days.  

Radio Broadcast Musician Performance
Select this shift condition when the employee’s performance is being radio broadcast.

Radio Broadcast Musician Performance – doubling
Select this shift condition when the employee’s performance is being radio broadcast and the musician is required to play one or more additional instruments in the same call other than the instrument for which the musician is primarily employed.

Radio Broadcast Musician Performance – overdubbing
Select this shift condition when the employee’s performance is being radio broadcast and the musician is required to play additional parts.

Radio Broadcast Musician Performance – principal
Select this shift condition when the employee’s performance is being radio broadcast and the musician is required to play as the principal instrument.

Repetiteur
Select this shift condition when a musician is employed as a piano/keyboard instrumental player who is required to accompany performers, backstage, on stage, in a rehearsal room, or in the pit during rehearsals or auditions and to work as directed, including for any musical preparation to a production

Upkeep of Instrument
Select the shift condition when employee supplies one or more instruments and must upkeep them.  

Upkeep of Instrument – harpist
Select this shift condition when an employee is a harpist and must upkeep their harp.  

Upkeep of Instrument - percussionist kit
Select this shift condition when an employee is a percussionist and provides the complete percussion kit, or a substantial part of the percussion kit.

Tags

Drummer or Electronic Instrumentalist
Assign this tag when an employee is a musician who is a drummer or electronic instrumentalist and is required to move their equipment to and from their place of employment.

Laundry allowance - blouses and shirts (full-time)
Assign this tag where an employee is employed weekly or full-time and is required to wear blouses and/or shirts that are not laundered by the employer.

Laundry allowance - other garments (full-time)
Assign this tag where an employee is employed weekly or full-time and is required to wear any other garment that are not laundered by the employer.

Laundry allowance - Part-time and Casual
Assign this tag where an employee, other than weekly or full-time, is required to wear clothing that are not laundered by the employer.

 

 

Striptease Artists
The following work types, shift conditions and tags are available under the Live Performance Award (MA000081) for Striptease Artists

Work Types

Annual Leave Taken
Choose this work type when annual leave was taken

Cancellation without notice (striptease artist)
Choose this work type if the employee arrives at a booking and the booking has been cancelled without notice. The employee will receive a cancellation rate of 30% of the rate the employee would have been paid. This amount will need to be manually calculated into the pay earnings line once booking rate is known.

Compassionate Leave Taken
Choose this work type when compassionate leave was taken

Leave without Pay Taken
Choose this work type when unpaid leave was taken

Long Service Leave Taken
Choose this work type when long service leave was taken

Paid Community Service Leave Taken
Choose this work type when paid community leave was taken

Parade Allowance
Choose this work type if the employee is to participate in a parade representing the employer’s business, and that participation exposes nipples, buttocks or genitalia.

Personal/Carer's Leave Taken
Choose this work type when sick/carers leave was taken

Public Holiday not Worked
Choose this work type when employee is not required to work on a gazetted public holiday but otherwise would have worked on this day.

Vehicle Allowance
Choose this work type where an employer requests an employee to use their own motor vehicle in the performance of their duties. The kilometres travelled should be entered into the ‘units’ field ie 1 (one) unit is equivalent to 1 (one) kilometre.

 

Shift Conditions

Accommodation Allowance
Select this shift condition where the employee does not accept employer provided accommodation. The employee will be paid an allowance instead.

Country Booking
Select this shift condition for bookings for country hotels or taverns.

Incidentals allowance while travelling
Select this shift condition when an employee is required to travel and be paid an allowance for incidentals.

Meal allowance while travelling - not local shows
Select this shift condition when an employee is to be paid a meal allowance whilist travelling and not at a local show.

On Tour (striptease artist)
Select this shift condition when employee is on tour.

Working on an RDO (striptease artist)
Select this shift condition when the weekly employee is working on their rostered day off.

Tags

Bar/Waiting Staff
Assign this tag if an employee is a bar attendant or waiter, personnel wearing skimpy, lingerie, bikini, see-through, topless or g-string costumes, or going nude.

Laundry allowance - blouses and shirts (full-time)
Assign this tag where an employee is employed weekly or full-time and is required to wear blouses and/or shirts that are not laundered by the employer.

Laundry allowance - other garments (full-time)
Assign this tag where an employee is employed weekly or full-time and is required to wear any other garment that are not laundered by the employer.

Laundry allowance - Part-time and Casual
Assign this tag where an employee, other than weekly or full-time, is required to wear clothing that are not laundered by the employer.

 

Production and Support Staff
The following work types, shift conditions and tags are available under the Live Performance Award (MA000081) for Production and Support Staff

Work Types

Annual Leave Taken
Choose this work type when annual leave was taken

Compassionate Leave Taken
Choose this work type when compassionate leave was taken

Leave without Pay Taken
Choose this work type when unpaid leave was taken

Long Service Leave Taken
Choose this work type when long service leave was taken

Meal allowance - back to back performances
Choose this work type when an employee is required to work two performances back to back and no suitable meal is provided.

Meal Allowance - working after 8am (production & support staff)
Choose this work type when the employee (other than a cleaner) has worked between 12 midnight and 8:00 am and who continues to work beyond 8:00am. Provided that the employee did not commence work at or after 5:00 am.

Paid Community Service Leave Taken
Choose this work type when Paid Community leave was taken

Personal/Carer's Leave Taken
Choose this work type when sick/carers leave was taken

Public Holiday not Worked
Choose this work type when employee is not required to work on a gazetted public holiday but otherwise would have worked on this day.

Transmission or Recording Allowance (production & support staff)
Choose this work type when a performance is to be recorded or transmitted by any means, including but not limited to radio or television transmission or film, video or audio recording, and whether transmitted live or recorded for later transmission, exhibition, distribution or sale.

Vehicle Allowance
Choose this work type where an employer requests an employee to use their own motor vehicle in the performance of their duties. The kilometres travelled should be entered into the ‘units’ field ie 1 (one) unit is equivalent to 1 (one) kilometre.

Working During Meal Break
Choose this work type if an employee is required to work more than five continuous hours without a suitable meal interval (does not apply to a worker on a continuous shift roster).

Shift Conditions

Accommodation Allowance
Select this shift condition where the employee does not accept employer provided accommodation. The employee will be paid an allowance instead.

Incidentals allowance while travelling
Select this shift condition when an employee is required to travel and be paid an allowance for incidentals.

Meal allowance while travelling - not local shows
Select this shift condition when an employee is to be paid a meal allowance whilist travelling and not at a local show.

Sunday - Travel (Production & Support Staff)
Select this shift condition if an employee engaged by the week is required to travel on a Sunday and will not be paid in pursuance of clause 47.4(a) for working on a Sunday and instead will be paid a Sunday travelling allowance.

Working on an RDO (Production & Support Staff)
Select this shift condition when the weekly employee is working on their rostered day off.

Working on at least 3 short performances per day (with 2 or more hr brk b/w)
Choose this work type when a casual employee is required to work on the same day on at least three short performances (as defined), and there is a break between any two of the short performances of at least two hours. These employees will be paid a minimum call for each performance.

Tags

Cleaner
Assign this tag if the employee is hired to perform cleaning duties.

Continuous Shift Roster
Assign this tag if the employee is hired on a continuous shift roster working arrangement.

Crewing Services Employee
Assign this tag if the employee works in crewing services.

Factory sound and/or lighting employees
Assign this tag if the employee works in factory sound and/or lighting.

Laundry allowance - blouses and shirts (full-time)
Assign this tag where an employee is employed weekly or full-time and is required to wear blouses and/or shirts that are not laundered by the employer.

Laundry allowance - other garments (full-time)
Assign this tag where an employee is employed weekly or full-time and is required to wear any other garment that are not laundered by the employer.

Laundry allowance - Part-time and Casual
Assign this tag where an employee, other than weekly or full-time, is required to wear clothing that are not laundered by the employer.

Tool and equipment - Head of department
Assign this tag if the employee is a Head of Department and is required to supply their own tools.

Tool and equipment – Other
Assign this tag if  the employee is NOT a Head of Department and is required to supply basic tools (limited to a hammer, brace/punch driver and wrench).

Touring Sound and/or Lighting Employee
Assign tag if the employee works in touring sound and/or lighting.

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