A company agreement is an agreement on permitted matters: company agreements usually cover a wide range of issues such as: For more information on transitional instruments based on agreements, including the modification and termination of these agreements, see www.fairwork.gov.au. Greenfields agreements are approved when the workers` organisations covered by the agreement are authorised to represent the interests of a majority of workers in the public interest. Company agreements are based on the minimum conditions of the Modern Awards and/or vary. Modern awards are a safety net of minimum conditions for an entire industry or job, for example the General Retail Industry Award 2010 applies to retail. If a job has a company agreement, the modern price does not apply. Company agreements and bonuses apply in conjunction with National Employment Standards («NES»). The NES applies to all employees (with the exception of staff of the Land Government and municipal councils) and they cannot be superseded by an arbitration award or agreement. The application for a proposed company agreement must be submitted to the Fair Work Commission within fourteen days of the conclusion of the contract or within an additional period granted by the Fair Work Commission. What is a company agreement? Why a company agreement? What are company agreements? Does a company agreement replace a bonus? Can I conclude my individual agreement? How do you get a company agreement? How can I have a say in what the union negotiates for me? Are there rules for establishing company agreements? Do I have a company agreement? The Fair Work Commission`s website offers a number of tools and guides that will help you find an agreement….