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Enterprise Agreements

Enterprise agreements set out the conditions of employment that exist between an employee (or group of employees) and their employer. An enterprise agreement can also exist between more than one employer and groups of employees, or one or more employers with unions.

Enterprise agreements include specific conditions for the one workplace. They are different to awards which are effectively an outline of minimum conditions for a whole industry. A modern award will not apply when a workplace has an enterprise agreement. It is important however to understand that the pay rate in the enterprise agreement cannot be less than the pay rate in a modern award or as set out in the Fair Work Act 2009.

The employment law team at Ferguson Cannon Lawyers understands that an effective enterprise agreement can be an appropriate solution to simplifying employee arrangements within the workplace. Our team can also ensure that your enterprise agreement is compliant and properly registered. 

We will assist with enterprise bargaining and will ensure that you are aware of the rules, procedures and potential outcomes of enterprise bargaining and the formation of enterprise agreements.

Our team will provide a fixed fee quote for these services.

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