This type of requirement is controversial, as are „location agreements” with a union, which are not approved by the FWC. EAs had a unique feature in Australia: during the negotiation of a collective agreement of a federal undertaking, a group of workers or a trade union could, without legal sanction, take industrial action (including strikes) to pursue their rights. A company agreement must not contain illegal content. The subsequent passage of the ALP, the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth), reinstated important regulation of the conclusion of the agreement. The law contained national employment standards, which reintroduced a legal „safety net” useful for employment into national systems. These standards cannot be concluded or negotiated by employers. Company Negotiation Agreements (EBAs) sowie Individual Flexibility Agreements (CGFI) unterliegen nun auch dem „Better Off Overall Test” („BOOT”). . . .
- Elgin Agreement
- Euromillions Lottery Syndicate Agreement