Fair Work Commission publishes enterprise agreements on this website. An employer may have separate enterprise agreements with different categories of workers, with conditions specifically tailored to this group. However, categories of workers must be chosen fairly, taking into account geographical, professional and organizational characteristics. Individual agreements are the most common type of collective agreement and are generally used when an employer running an existing “business” enters into an agreement with its employees – a “company” is broad to involve a business, activity, project or business. Some enterprise agreements offer an alternative to the salaries and conditions set by the award. Others refer to certain attribution conditions and set other conditions. While parties wishing to negotiate an agreement on several companies are theoretically subject to fair obligations, no negotiating decision can be sought by the Fair Labour Commission to enforce these obligations. Anti-work actions cannot be taken as part of an agreement on several companies, but the requirements for worker consent are heavier than in the case of agreements with a company. It is important that the Fair Work Act bargaining obligations do not currently apply to negotiations for a green prairie agreement, which gives considerable influence to a union involved in the bargaining process.
Potential employers wishing to develop a new project should, as part of their industrial strategy, carefully consider which unions may have potential coverage rights and may be better able to move into green grasslands, with better and more favourable conditions for their business. A party to an enterprise agreement may apply for authorization, registration or employment with SAET. Registered contracts apply until they are terminated or replaced. 12. Interpretation of registered employment contracts, start with our search for documents and try a full-text search of the agreements. Multi-company agreements are much less common and are concluded between two or more employers who are not employers with a single interest. Business agreements can be tailored to the needs of some companies. An agreement should be overall better for an employee when compared to the corresponding bonuses or rewards.