Right to Disconnnect

Bee Singh & Catalina Consultants , 12 March 2024

The ACA’s HR advisor Catalina Consultants takes us through the new Right to Disconnect legislation, outlining what the new rules actually mean for employers and some practical measures to take to ensure compliance.

Note that the Right to Disconnect will take effect on 26 August 2024 for Australian employers with more than 15 employees and 26 August 2025 for small businesses.

Log in below to read the extended response. Bee Singh from Catalina Consultants offers a range of practical measures to ensure compliance and aid in the promotion of a healthy work-life balance while accounting for the need for productivity.

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The information contained in this publication is general in nature. The reader should consider their own circumstances and seek specific HR or legal advice if unsure. If you require further information regarding these matters, please contact the team at Catalina Consultants.