Thirdly, definitions of casual work in modern public procurement (or employment contracts or company agreements) cannot stand in the way of the common definition of casual work: a casual worker does not have the legal right to choose to convert casual work into full-time or part-time employment – this right is governed by the current award or company agreement. . CCH, Australian Labour Law Reporter: [1-151] What is a casual employee?, April 6, 2017. Law FW 65 regulates when workers can request flexible work arrangements. The Australian House argues that the Bill should be amended in Sections 205A and 43 to reflect it.  Other provisions of the National Employment Standards allow an employer to reject a worker`s application for “reasonable reasons” or “reasonable business reasons.” While the Fair Work Commission has the power to participate in the settlement of disputes between the parties, Section 739(2) of the Fair Work Commission Act prohibits the Fair Work Commission from dealing with a dispute to determine whether the employer had reasonable grounds to refuse. This is based on the principle that it is not appropriate to dictate how an undertaking should operate, given the multiplicity of factors that influence those decisions, which are not necessarily appropriate for discussion in a public forum, including economically sensitive information.  (highlighted here only) 94. By way of clarification, a worker who has been converted to full-time or part-time employment and who has continuous employment after the transition to employment may, at a later date, meet the requirements of point (a)(i) of paragraph 65(2), which sets out the existing requirements that workers other than casual workers must meet in order to be able to request flexible working arrangements. . . .