If your company is using an agreement with the charged rates and you are unsure of the appropriate rates of pay in accordance with your agreement, contact the NRA labour relations team at 1800 RETAIL (738 245) for additional support. For existing workers, the Commission may review the turnover tables made by different categories of workers at the time of the test. In the case of existing and future workers, evaluation will inevitably lead to some assumptions. If a company is small and/or is still in development, or if the agreement covers a wider range of classifications, workplaces and/or service chart models that do not yet exist, the Commission will carefully examine the terms of the agreement to determine the types of work permitted by the agreement. In June 2018, the Fair Work Commission adopted its decision in the Loaded Rates Agreements  FWCFB 3610 („Tariffs charged in the case of agreements“). Following the decision, the Fair Work Commission approved on 16 October 2019 the Aldi Foods corporate agreements for the Aldi sites in Preston and Stapylton, both of which contain charged rates. Indeed, so many additional commitments were made that one of the parties, the SDA, stated that the level of obligations did not permit the cancellation of the agreement, since it was significantly less than the number of workers initially chosen. The Fair Labour Commission recently adopted an important decision on the approval of two enterprise agreements for ALDI subsidiaries containing „charged tariffs“ after being the only five-year agreements not denounced in last year`s remarkable Loaded Rates Agreement.  In its decision on the prices of the charge last year, the Fair Labour Committee made it clear that, during the REVIEW of the BOOT, every worker must be better placed within the framework of the agreement, otherwise the agreement cannot be concluded.  If, in this example, an employer proposes a uniform occupancy rate for both employees, the charged rate should be sufficient to cover the worker who works primarily on weekends to pass the BOOT, more than is necessary for the worker only on the days of the week. There are two well-established proposals for the application of the BOOT. First, the BOOT requires the Commission to find that any attribution decision for the worker and for any potential worker is better within the framework of the agreement than in the modern price.
The definition of „everyone“ is „each, two or more individually or individually,“ so that any eligible potential worker or worker must be better treated as a whole. If, on the whole, an employee does not get better, the boat is not respected by the corresponding enterprise agreement.