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RESEARCH, LEGISLATION & LABOUR STANDARDS DIVISION

CATERING AND TOURISM

INDUSTRIES

REMUNERATION ORDER

REGULATIONS 2004

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THE INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS ACT

Regulations made by the Minister under section 96 of the
Industrial Relations Act.
GN No 178 of 2004 Effective on 01.10.2004
Previous :
{GN No 175/ 1975, 149/76, 58/79, 281/80, 39/81, 300/81,112/83, 194/83 (GN No 4 of 1987, 131/90, 212/97, 120/98, 109/99, 148/2000, 115/2001, 164/2002, 153/2003, 140/2004)

1. These regulations may be cited as the Catering and Tourism Industries (Remuneration Order) Regulations 2004.

2. In these regulations -
''accounts clerk'' means an employee who -
(a)receives cash, cheques and credit card payment orders and checks such payments against appropriate documents; (b)effects bank deposits and withdrawals;
(c)makes entries in accounting and book-keeping records;
(d)assists in the preparation of financial accounts; and
(e)assists in the annual and periodic stocktaking;
''assistant bartender'' means an employee who assists a bartender and replaces the bartender in his absence; ''assistant cafetier'' means an employee who is engaged in the café department in the tourism industry - (a)to prepare tea, coffee, chocolate or other similar breakfast requisites; and (b)to replace a cafetier in his absence;

''assistant cook'' means an employee who -
(a)assists a cook;
(b)prepares simple dishes, cooks and fries snacks;
(c)cooks food for the personnel; and
(d)performs other ancillary duties;
''assistant handyperson'' means an employee who assists a handyperson and may be required to assist the cabinet maker, the carpenter, the electrician, the welder/plumber, the mason, the painter and the refrigeration mechanic; ''assistant head cook'' means an employee who, under the supervision of a head cook, prepares and cooks food and performs other ancillary duties; ''assistant head pastry cook''...