SPIRIT OF ANZACS CENTENARY EXPERIENCE – MELB, ADL, TOWNSVILLE 2016

PREMIERS CONCERT – SENIORS WEEK 2016

GEORGY GIRL 2016

AFL PREMIERSHIP SEASON – SIMONDS STADIUM, PATTERSON STADIUM, SUBIACO (Domain) STADIUM, GABBA, BLUNDSTONE ARENA, SCG AND MANUKA OVAL

THE PINK FLOYD EXPERIENCE 2016

JAGUAR XE S DISPLAY 2016

Field Day 2016

ISAGENIX INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION 2016

BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL (Tennis) 2016

MITRE 10 AWARDS NIGHT 2016

MELBOURNE FOOD AND WINE FESTIVAL 2016

AUSTRALIAN OPEN 2016

WHITE NIGHT 2016

MAGIC MILLIONS 2015-2016

ED SHEARAN 2015

TAYLOR SWIFT 2015

A LEAGUE FOOTBALL – BRISBANE ROAR HOME GAMES 2015

BRISBANE FESTIVAL 2015

INDIA FESTIVAL 2015

IPL CRICKET 2015

RUFUS 2015

THE PLOT FESTIVAL –SYD 2015

BRISBANE TRUCK SHOW 2015

LJ HOOKER AWARDS CELEBRATION 2015

FLY EMICHANNEL 7’s ‘BRINGING SEXY BACK’ GALA DINNER 2015

RATES AUSTRALIAN PGA GOLF TOURNAMENT 2015

THE VOICE 2015

THE ARIAS 2015

HARBOURLIFE 2015

SCULPTURES BY THE SEA 2015

THE COLOUR RUN 2015

JASON DERULO –SYD 2015

SUPER 7 RUGBY 2015

MELBOURNE FASHION WEEK 2015

STEREOSONIC - ADL/SYD/BRIS 2015

BRISBANE CITY CHRISTMAS LIGHTS 2015

MELBOURNE TOWN HALL CHRISTMAS PROJECTIONS 2015

HI-FIVE 2015

JIMMY BARNES 2015

CITY SLIDER 2015

CBA EOFY FUNCTION 2015

HOT DUB TIME MACHINE 2015

THE BRICKMAN EXPERIENCE 2015

HILLSONG CONFERENCE 2015

VIVID 2015

MARDI GRAS 2015

CHINESE NEW YEAR 2015

ALADDIN 2015

WICKED 2015

LES MISERBLES 2015

MATILDA – ABC STUDIO REHEARSALS

2015 ICE HOCKEY CLASSIC (USA v CANADA)

PLANET ARK NATIONAL TREE DAY 2015

UFC 193 Melbourne 2015

This That Festival 2015

Harbourlife 2015

Lion King 2015

Singing in the Rain 2015

Hi Five 2015

Cirque Du Soleil Totem 2015 - Auckland - Sydney - Melbourne - Brisbane - Adelaide - Perth - Singapore

Listen Out 2015

Justin Bieber 2015

EB Games Expo 2015

Dally M Awards 2015

Rugby League Semi Finals 2015

The Footy Show Grand Final 2015

Katerina and David Grant's Wedding 2015

Matilda 2015

Shackleton Antarctica Expo 2015

Pacific International Maritime Expo 2015

The Voice 2015

Slimefest 2015

Studio 55, 15th Anniversary Event 2015

Sydney Swans Games 2015

PHILLIP MORRIS PRODUCT LAUNCH 2015

NAB CHINESE NEW YEAR GALA DINNER 2015

Jimmy Barnes 2015

City Slider 2015

CBA EOFY 2015

Hot Dub Time Machine

Vivid Festival 2015

Mardi Gras 2015

Aladdin 2015

Wicked 2015

Ice Hockey Classic 2015

Les Miserable 2015

Sydney Festival 2015

G20 SUMMIT 2014

NPI National Roadshow 2013 - Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adeleiade, Perth

Cavalia 2013 - Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth

Leonard Cohen 2013 Cairns

Listen Out Festival 2013 Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane

Harbourlife Festival 2013 Sydney

Future Music Festival 2013 - Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane

Good Life Festival 2013 Sydney

Field Day 2013

V Energy Summerdayze - Perth 2013

Mariah Carey 2013 Sydney

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Exhibition - Little Melbourne 2012

Skyfall James Bond Movie Launch Sydney 2012

Cold Play - Opera House Sydney 2012

The Equatana - Melbourne 2012

Motorshow Sydney 2012

AACTA Awards Sydney Opera House 2012

BDO Skate Ramp

Logies 2012 Melbourne

Battleship Worldwide Premier Sydney 2012

Australian Open Tennis Sydney-Brisbane-Melboune 2012

Australia Day - Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority 2012

Grizzly Bear Melbourne 2012

Spicks and Speck-tacular National Tour 2011 Sydney - Wollongong - Adelaide - Perth

Carols By Candlelight in the Domain 2011

School Spectacular 2011

Sounds of Light 2011

Super X Tour 2011

X Factor 2011

Stereosonic 2011

Arias 2011

V8 Supercars Sydney Telstra 500 2011

Sydney Resolution NYE 2011/12 Glebe Island

Field Day NYD 2012

Aust VS NZ Test Cricket 2011 Brisbane - Tasmania

Magic Millions 2011

Hollywood Movies Fed Square Melbourne 2011

Microsoft Xmas Party 2011

Justice Crew 2011 National Tour

AMP Xmas Party 2011

Christmas in Lazytown 2011

Westpac AGM 2011

The Premiers Conference 2011

Sydney Festival 2012

The Boat Show

World Youth Day

Kung Fu Panda 2 Premier

John Eales Medal

Humpty Dumpty Ball

Vivid Festival

Rockwiz

Integrate

SMPTE

SEXPO Sydney, Melb, Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth

Hillsong

All Tomorrows Parties

Romance Was Born

Tropfest

Australia Day

The Motor Show

Sydney Festival

Parklife

V Fest

Future Music Festival

Good Vibrations Festival

Redbull

MTV Awards

Logies Awards 2011

Virgin Launch

Nitro Circus Tour 2011

Thor Movie Launch

Australian Open

Hairspray

CDS Tapis Rouge

Films Afloat

Boy From Oz

Riverdance

30 Days of Fashion and Beauty

Shore Thing

APEC

Melbourne Cup

Global Gathering

Tianjin Opera

Super X National Tour

Clipsal 500 V8 Supercars Adelaide

The Wiggles

Vodafone Launch

T Life City Store Opening

Humpty Dumpty Ball

INDY on the Gold Coast

Grand Prix

Golden Slipper

Malibu Sunset

LG Roadshow

Huggies Lovable Launch

Nicole Kidman Wedding

Emirates FWC Airport Experience

Rugby Union

Crusty Demons

Premiers Conference

FIFA/Coca Cola World Cup Tour

Fat Boy Slim

BWG Awards

Jamie Oliver Roadshow

Planet Shakers Conference

Comm Insure

Homebake

Danny Green vs Roy Jones Fight

Arias

Logies

Brittney Spears

Melbourne Cup

Akon

Earth Festival

Mardi Gras

Simmer on the Bay

Deadly Awards

Trinny & Susanah

Deacon Corporate Function

Jay Chou

Home Nightclub PA Installation

Helmut Lotti

Da Vinci Exhibition

Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards

Soundwave

Vogue

Aussie Cook Off

Grasshopper

David Campbell 09 Oz Tour

Mary Poppins

Pure Launch

Foxtel Lap

Bacardi Express

Defquon 1

Blueprint Festival

Police Legacy Ball

Telstra Roadshow

AFL Grand Final

Hill Top Hoods

Wespac Christmas Party

The Prodigy

South Wharf Display

Pompeii

Louis Vitton

Movember

Chanel

Good Weekend 25th Anniversary

Robbie Williams

Vitta Expo

Carols by Candlelight

Sensation White

2Day FM NYE 08

Short Stack

Days Like This

Chinese New Year / Dragon Boat Races

Sunset Sounds

The Pink Floyd Experience

Laneway Festival Footscray

Magic Millions

Coca Cola Bottle Blast Glenelg

AR Rahman Bollywood

Neways Convention

Australian Open

Summerdayze

Military Tattoo

Australia Day (Penrith)

SCEC Military Expo

Loreal Fashion Week

Future Music

Twilight Q & A Session Luna Park

State of Origin Wagga Wagga

Star Trek Worldwide Launch

A Tribe Called Quest

Winterfest

Fuji-Xerox

SAS

Karnivool

Utopia

Katy Perry / Austereo

Coaster Fest 2010

Franklins

EB Games

Youth Festival Turbine Hall

WWF

Coles Road Show

Motor Show

Knox Street Fair

Safety Expo

World's Funniest Island

Red Bull Flugtag

Clipsal 500

Golf Masters

Powder Finger

Arias

Cointreau Ball

ACLA National conference

Orica

Amway Concerts

Masterchef

Coffee Festival

Bridal Expo

Designex

Sydney on Sale

Mind Body Spirit Festival

Home Show

Good Food and Wine Show

Australian Gaming Expo

The Red Shoes

Export Awards 2010

Westpac AGM

Telstra Next G Launch

Brownlow Medal Awards

Australia Day Awards Canberra

Allan Border Medal 2011 Crown Palladium Melboune

AAMI Stadium Melbourne Opening 2010

Ross Noble Tour

Audi Launch

Mitsubishi Launch

Mercedes Launch

Ford Launch

Inaugural Summer Swim Series

Plus Maternity Australia

The Next Three Days Launch

Ross Noble Tour

Chinese New Year Floats

Shen Yun Ballet

Hubei Chinese Bells

Danks National Trade Show

Mulan Acrobatic Show

Kool and the Gang 2011

Malaysian Kitchen 2011

Sydney Tattoo Show

Penalties

A crew member may be 'zipped' (deprived of their bonus) for their shift if:

  • They are late (after their actual start time – not the 15 mins before that we advise them to arrive)
  • They are incorrectly attired
  • They do not have at least a shifter and multitool such as a leatherman on their person
  • They do not SMS their hours in the prescribed format within 1 hr of finishing their shift
  • They do not bring the appropriate PPE (Hard hats, steel caps, safety vests) to work with them
  • They fail to bring a large bottle of water, food, sunscreen, wet weather gear etc to work with them
  • They refuse to obey reasonable instructions from their SHS superiors which have been conveyed to them in a calm, rational manner
  • They fail to accept a shift during a period of time in which they have not made themselves unavailable on the database

A crew member may be 'zipped' (deprived of their bonuses) for the entire payweek or as many payweeks as management sees fit, if:

  • They scream, swear, or display aggressive behaviour to a fellow crew member, client, or anyone on the worksite, or anyone on the way to or from work
  • NEVER BLOW OUT A GIG!!!

    If you blow out a gig (not attend a shift you have been booked for), or are persistently late to work (two or more times in a month), you will be 'zipped' a week's pay, or 40 hrs pay whichever is the greater. It is completely at the discretion of management which hrs will be 'zipped'. We may even zip more than a week's pay.

    NB Being 'zipped' means being deprived of the bonuses extra to your rate of pay. If you are new to Show Support, you will not be eligible for a bonus until your 3 months probation period is expired.

    You will also be taken off all future jobs that you have booked with us until you contact the office and explain the situation.

    You will have an R placed after your name, signifying to office staff that you are a risk. You will not be put on jobs early in the morning or late at night, so your earning capacity will be adversely affected as a result of your own actions. The office will ask for a 'back up' phone number we can call in the event of any future acts of unreliability - a girlfriend, flat mate, parents, friends - someone we can call that may be able to contact you in the event that you do not show up to work and are uncontactable.

    You will be put on 'probation' for one month. You will not receive the bonus again until you work for one month without any infractions of the employment policy (see Terms and Conditions on your login page).

    If you are already on probation and you fail to adhere to the employment policy, you will have your rate dropped to the next level below your own. If you are already on the basic rate and you cannot be dropped, your employment will be suspended.

    If your rate has been dropped already once and you fail to adhere to the employment policy, you will have your rate dropped again to the basic rate. Your one month probation period will begin again every time you fail to adhere to the employment policy.

    If admin devises a new strategy to deal with your infractions that you have not been warned about, it is probably a result of your actions, and therefore a new remedy.

    If you wish to be replaced on a shift you have accepted, then you must CALL the office (never text or email) with two working days notice. Any work you are booked for over the weekend is locked in by midday Friday, after that, you cannot get out of a shift unless it is an emergency and proof may be required.

    If you fail to show up to a shift and wish to use sickness as an excuse, then you would have to phone the office at least BEFORE your start time to let us know. If you fail to show up to a shift, and we call you and you do not answer the phone, it will be considered a Blow Out.

    Being late to work is bad, but it is infinitely better than blowing out a gig, so if you do find yourself running late, you should still show up to work.

    Blowing Out a gig is a low act. To not show up to work and not even have the decency to let anyone know is inexcusable. You let down Show Support, our clients, your fellow workers, and worst of all, you let down yourself. There is nothing worse than showing up to a job in the middle of the night and knowing that you are going to have to work even harder and for longer because some selfish bastard has simply failed to show up, without even giving the office a chance to replace them. You can be the best worker in the world at other times, but if you fail to show up to a gig you are worse than nothing. Save the excuses. We have heard every one of them. "My phone's not working properly, my alarm didn't ring, there was a blackout in the middle of the night, my battery died etc etc". THERE IS NO EXCUSE! Take it from me. No matter how hard you think you are working or for how long, I have done more hours than you ever could for a longer period of years than you would care to imagine. AND I HAVE NEVER BLOWN OUT A GIG. Which is why I have absolutely no patience for those that do.

    Blowing out a gig is the ultimate cardinal sin and is seen as expression of your contempt for those who would only seek to uplift you. It means you are not as good as your word, unreliable, untrustworthy, treacherous, undependable, prepared to let your fellows down in their hour of need, selfish, lazy, noncommittal and utterly reprehensible. It is the ultimate sign of poor character. To put it simply, Show Supporters just DON'T do it. Only common loaders blow out gigs and common loaders invariably end up working for common loading companies which is a fate worse than death.

    Our reputation is all important to us at Show Support Pty Ltd.

    When you blow out a gig you damage our reputation in ways that are impossible to calculate on a financial scale. The only service we provide is you, the crew. If you do not appear on a job you have been booked for, you completely and utterly let us down. Do not strut around onsite basking in the new found respect you receive by being associated with such a fine crew unless you are prepared to meet the exacting standards that Show Supporters have set to earn that respect. The scorn, contempt and ignominy you achieve when you Blow Out a gig is dished out in equal measure to all in ripples that echo throughout eternity, and as such cannot, and will not be tolerated!

Other disciplinary measures will be considered such as temporary or permanent loss of employment, depending on the severity of the case at hand.

THE GOOD NEWS:

  • If everyone just hooks in and does a good job, the gig will be over before you know it and you will be left with the serene feeling of self-satisfaction that can only be achieved by a job well done.
  • Show Support is committed to keeping our clients happy and that can only be achieved through you.
  • Thank you for your hard work and efforts on our behalf. They are most appreciated.