A company agreement sets out the minimum conditions of employment between one or more employers and their employees or a group of their employees. The agreement may apply either in isolation from another price or contain certain conditions of the respective higher price. A single-company agreement is concluded between a single employer (or two employers with a single interest) and workers employed at the time of conclusion of the contract and covered by the agreement. Employers with a single interest are employers who work in a joint venture or joint venture or who are related enterprises. They may also be employers approved by the Fair Work Commission as employers with a single interest, who may be either franchisees or other employers to whom the Minister of Labour has made a declaration. A representative is a person or organization that can designate any party to the company agreement to represent it during the negotiation process. Where appropriate, the Fair Trade Committee may adopt a negotiating decision concerning the proposed agreement. A bargaining decision includes the measures required by the Fair Work Board, the measures that should not be taken and other matters that the Fair Work Board deems necessary to promote fair and effective negotiations. If the parties are unable to agree on the terms of a proposed company agreement, a negotiator may apply to the Fair Work Commission and request assistance. The three types of employment contracts that can be concluded are listed below: The Fair Work Commission examines company agreements to detect illegal content. .