I work in a major furniture sales organisation with over 40 stores Australia wide (under an enterprise agreement) and my employer is changing the way our incentives are paid. I, and a lot of others are wondering how legal their plans are.. The current system consists of our normal base wages, then we receive 3% of gross profit over 6g, 4% of g.p over 7.5g and 5% of g.p over 9G... our current system also includes an incentive for selling certain items (ie, sell this desk and receive an extra $50 when the customer picks the item up.) The new system is doing away with the incentives and changing the commission to 5% of any g.p over 5g. Their plan is to change the structure as of the 1/7, I can see how changing the pay structure is perfectly fine with enough notice, however they have told us that all orders which haven't been picked up by the customer before this time will no longer have the incentive attached to it, even if the items were sold well in the time period when there were incentives attached and before we knew there would be a change. Many of us have thousands of dollars in incentives which will be absorbed by the company after this date.. I'm wondering if there are any laws stating they need to fulfill their prior promises? Any advice, help or links will be much appreciated.