Our employees who work with high-intensity clients are allowed a higher pay rate, but only when working specifically with them.
They also work with lower-intensity clients. This doesn’t allow for the same hourly rate.
Do we treat this as two separate employment contracts?
Generally, the terms of an employment contract and the rate of pay should accurately reflect the conditions and nature of the work required of the role and may offer different rates of remuneration.
A singular employment contract is capable of clearly setting out that the employee’s role requires work with varying clients and levels of intensity, which will attract a higher rate of pay.