FEDERAL COURT RULING: "A massive workplace “loophole” is coming to an end thanks to a landmark court ruling – and it’s a huge win for countless workers." Court rules casual workers are entitled to paid leave backpay Does anyone know since what date this will apply from for casuals who have been in fact been regular employees working 2 days a weekend for every weekend for many years? Also, would this apply to past casual workers in a similar situation who left their job a number of years ago? Seems like a massive win for many casuals who have been missing out on many benefits in the past. Should affected past and current casual employees be approaching their employers asap about paying this or the government will enforce this on behalf of the casual employees?