If you are not sure whether your employment contract complies with the relevant legislation, we advise you to speak to an experienced lawyer in employment law. In 2001, Domino`s Pizza entered into compensation with the Shop, Distributive and Allied Employees Association (SDA), which allowed employees to be paid below bonuses and not receive penalties on Saturdays, weekday penalties, and occasional "good" charges and Sunday charges. In February 2017, the Fair Work Ombudsman began investigating domino pizza franchisors into allegations of underpayment and workers` rights forced to work unpaid overtime. Subsequently, the SDA requested the termination of the expired agreements and attempted to conclude a new company agreement with the company, which would pay at least the premium. They admitted that the old agreements were "deficient" and called for the agreements to be terminated after having "long-term concerns" about the wages and conditions workers received. The final results of the vote, which began on 23 January and ended on 31 January, were 89% (4822) for the new agreement and 11% (596). A total of 5,418 Domino employees voted on the new deal, representing 29.8 percent of the workforce. "We are delighted that this agreement provides for penalty interest, strong conditions and higher guaranteed hours for part-time workers." The new agreement must now be submitted to the Fair Work Commission for approval. SDA National Secretary Gerard Dwyer said he was "extremely disappointed" that Domino`s had withdrawn the proposed agreement from the Fair Work Commission`s registration process. .