Please read this information carefully ladies. You will be asked if you agree to everything listed below.
DRINKING While alcohol is a major part of our workplace, it is still a workplace and you are expected to behave accordingly. Dancers must maintain an appropriate level of intoxication. I do not need girls embarrassing themselves or the club.
If you are cut off you will be sent home for the night.
If this occurs three times you will be placed on a permanent drinking ban.
PARTNERS After various issues with dancer/customer relationships, we need to lay out some clear guidelines for partners in the venue.
If your partner comes into the venue treat them like any other customer. Private lives stay at home.
If you start a relationship with a customer, notify management. This is purely so that we are aware of personal relationships and will remain private. Failure to notify management will result in the end of your employment contract.
Any relationship issues that are brought into the venue will result in the end of your employment and also the banning of the partner.
FRATERNIZING Fraternizing with customers includes any involvement with a customer that is not part of a relationship. For example; partying with customers, meeting up for lunch, hanging out, casual sex.
Be aware that fraternizing with customers outside of the venue can leave the business susceptible to claims of solicitation even if no money has changed hands or sex acts have been performed.
Engaging with customers outside of work often makes it difficult for other dancers to maintain a professional relationship with their customers. This is a small town and people will hear about dancers meeting up with customers outside of work, they will also more than likely exaggerate the truth. Most dancers won’t meet with their regulars outside of work and this behaviour from less professional girls, makes it difficult for them to refuse their customers requests and potentially affects their earnings (which also affects the club) This is especially true when I tell these customers that dancers will lose their jobs if they meet with customers outside of work.
Ladies please remember that strippers are fantasies in the flesh. You are a different person when you come to work. You should be desirable but ultimately unobtainable. If customers can see you outside of work there is no reason for them to come to the club. All this does is devalue yourself and the other dancers.
REQUIREMENTS AS A CONTRACTOR As a contract employee you are required to have an active ABN. It is also your responsibility to ensure your ABN remains active when you are conducting business at The Vault. If you ABN is found to be cancelled you must be sent home immediately.
You ABN will remain active as long as you are actively using i.e. reporting your earnings each year to the ATO
Also be aware that if you are doing Topless Waitressing you are required to hold an RSA and also provide a copy of your RSA to management.
ARRIVING AND LEAVING While we don’t expect you to be in full make up and hair styled when you are arriving for work. You are still expected to be presentable. The last thing a customer needs to see is a dancer that they could potentially book for a lap dance looking like she just rolled out of bed.
DRUG USE As always drug use in the venue is not tolerated, least of all from staff. Recreational drugs have become a prevalent issue in today’s nightlife society. To combat this, you may be required to undertake a random drug screen either in the form of an oral saliva test or a urine test administered by a certified tester.
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