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Criminal charges still baked into right to disconnect law

Australia’s peak business lobby has lambasted “rushed” and “botched” laws giving employees leverage to ignore after-hours contact, as Woodside’s corporate services boss warns same job, same pay amendments will do nothing for productivity and create an administrative burden.

Right to disconnect laws were of top of the hit list when Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry chief executive Andrew McKellar unleashed on a raft of new workplace reforms passed by Parliament on Monday.

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