Information and instruments are available on the Commission`s website to support the conclusion of an agreement. Visit an agreement for more details. If you have searched and cannot find an agreement, first go to our document search and try to search for full-text agreements. To view an official copy of a company agreement, please contact SAET Registry. Company agreements can be tailored to the needs of certain companies. An agreement must improve the overall situation of an employee in relation to the corresponding price or prices. A company agreement shall lay down the conditions of employment of the workers covered by the agreement. It is negotiated as part of a public procurement security network to help employers and workers define employment conditions that support their needs. Fair Work Commission publishes company agreements on this website. Company agreements are collective agreements concluded at company level between employers and employees on working and employment conditions. The Fair Work Commission can provide information on the process of establishing company agreements and evaluate and approve agreements. We can also look at disputes that arise over the terms of the agreements. SAET may also give instructions or instructions when the parties are trying to negotiate an agreement.
If you are a party to a signed company agreement, you must apply for a SAET authorization within 21 days for SAET to approve it. After approval, the agreement will enter into force. Some company agreements offer an alternative to the wages and conditions set by the award. Others refer to certain conditions of the premium and set other conditions. Saet`s mission is to approve the agreement if it meets certain requirements of the Fair Work Act 1994. A party to a company agreement may submit an application for authorisation, registration or amendment to SAET. Electronic copies of the following company agreements are provided by the parties and should not be considered official versions. The official version of the agreement is the copy signed and sealed in the Commission act, which is generally available for public consultation. . .