"The agreement also retains hard-earned SDA terms, such as volunteering on public holidays and a 15-minute tea break," Dwyer said. The AWU (in North Queensland) and the AMIEU (Meat Union) have partnered with the SDA to reach an agreement in principle on Woolworths. Huge retailer Woolworths is facing a legal challenge due to its existing wage deal with workers and an additional $1 billion payment request. We continue to fight to guarantee the new agreement: the new agreement offers wage rates on the premium, on bonus leave conditions, including paid domestic violence, long service, compassionate blood donor, prenatal, emergency services, defense and natural disaster leave. "Woolworth workers deserve fair wages and conditions, and this new deal certainly provides that," Dwyer said.