Workplace Agreements Database

The Workplace Agreements Database (WAD) is a unique database that provides data on developments in coverage, wage increases and conditions of employment included in collective agreements, and is the database that underpins the Australian Enterprise Agreements Data.

This census database is the only one of its kind in Australia, with a total of 125 000 agreements currently living in the site. The Department of Employment, maintains and operates the database. On average about 8000 agreements are added to the WAD each year with approximately 200 separate data fields coded.

The WAD contains general details regarding sector, ANZSIC (Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification), duration of agreements, and number of employees covered by these agreements. The database contains wages information relating to all public and private federal enterprise agreements, which have been certified or approved since the introduction of Enterprise Bargaining principles in October 1991 and wages and conditions information for all federal enterprise agreements certified or approved since 1 January 1997.

The WAD contains details about conditions of employment contained within enterprise agreements, including, but not limited to individual flexibility arrangements, redundancy, superannuation, leave entitlements and training.

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Data requests

To request data from the WAD please fill out the Data Request Form.

Australian Enterprise Agreements Data Request Form

The department will review requests on an individual basis and reserves its right to approve or decline data requests.