Full Bench rejected the AMWU`s assertion that Section 738 of the FW Act, which deals with the Commission`s jurisdiction over dispute resolution in enterprise agreements, com enters into a non-operative agreement. In addition, Full Bench found that the underlying dispute concerned the refusal of the food company Simplot Australia Pty Ltd (Simplot) to convert two casual workers to indeterminate positions, in accordance with the 2014 Enterprise Agreement (the 2014 agreement). Full Bench allowed Simplot`s appeal and, during the hearing, the AMWU appeal dismissed the application and concluded that the Commission did not have the authority to deal with litigation in a proceeding in an enterprise agreement that had terminated its activities. Although bonuses cover the minimum wage and the terms of a sector, enterprise agreements can cover specific agreements for a given company. Enterprise agreements can include a wide range of issues such as: His honor was based on a decision of Vice President Sams in APESMA/NSW Electricity Networks Pty Limited t/a TransGrid 3 (TransGrid) and concluded that once that the appeal was duly referred (i.e. the dispute was reported when the agreement came into force), “clear words would be necessary to remove an acquired right and that there were no such words.” Nevertheless, Section 51, paragraph 1, of the FW Act expressly stipulates that an enterprise agreement does not grant a person a right unless it is applicable to him. The decision to reach a work agreement depends on the impact of the corresponding bonus on your company`s employment needs. Since formally filed employment contracts are instead of bonuses, employers are able to change certain premium conditions that do not meet the needs of their business, provided that workers are not financially worse off than the supplement. This can be particularly useful for dairy farmers, as this work is not part of the usual hours. The Fair Work Act allows employers and employees to enter into a collective “enterprise agreement” that could supersede the conditions of allocation.