Hi LawAnswers team, I hope you can help me out. My father manages a warehouse for a gaming machine company. When he was hired, his employment contract didn't mention anything about pay except a clause that specified his annual salary. However, he is paid wages (by the hour) and the company has told him that he is not entitled to penalty rates 'in accordance with the Enterprise Bargaining Agreement ( EBA)' but no EBA has been/is being provided. Is this legal under employment law? If he is working 50+ hour weeks in order to get the stocktake done (as he has been for the past couple of weeks) shouldn't he be entitled to penalty rates? Additionally, are they legally obliged to provide him with an EBA? Thanks in advance for any advice you can provide.