Right To Disconnect: It is often seen that some people are busy in office work even after coming home from office. Many people receive calls and mails from their boss even at home, which you will no longer have to answer, nor can your boss put pressure on you regarding this matter. If the boss puts pressure on his employees regarding office work after the end of the shift, then this will not happen now, because a new law (Right to Disconnect) is being brought to protect the interests of the employees. Under this law, it will not be necessary for the employee to attend the call of the boss after the end of the shift.
In fact, in the private sector, even after finishing office, people still get some office work. But now after your shift is over, no one will be able to force you to work. If a boss makes his employee work after the end of the office shift, he will be fined. The amount of this fine will be decided by a panel. At the same time, the employee will also have the right to complain against the boss.
However, this law is not coming to India. A new law (Right to Disconnect) is being introduced in the Parliament of Australia to protect the interests of employees. Labor and Employment Minister Tony Burke has prepared the draft of this bill (Right To Disconnect).
According to media reports, social activists and employee organizations of Australia have been demanding to improve the working culture in the country for a long time. There was a constant demand that the ‘boss culture’ in the country should be improved and the work-life balance should be moved towards. Now the country’s Employment Minister Tony Burki has drafted a bill related to this. The opposition parties of the country have supported this bill. Saying that this is the need of the hour. Now, no employee can be called by his boss after duty ‘without any valid reason’.
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