registered agreement

A registered agreement is a document between an employer and employees about employment conditions, which must be approved and registered with the Fair Work Commission. Examples include enterprise agreements and greenfields agreements.

Registered agreements detail the terms of employment, including wages, work hours, and other working conditions. They are tailored to specific workplaces or projects and need to be approved by the Fair Work Commission to ensure they meet legal standards. Enterprise agreements cover terms for existing businesses, whereas greenfields agreements apply to new business ventures.

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