Peter Dutton commits to repealing ‘right to disconnect’ laws if Coalition wins government

Opposition Leader Peter Dutton has sworn to repeal laws that will give workers the right to ignore unreasonable out-of-hours communications from their bosses if the Coalition wins the next federal election.

The government agreed to include a “right to disconnect” in its industrial relations bill, which was rushed through the senate last week in a last-minute deal with the Greens and crossbench.

Drumming away the votes again, Pete? This fanaticism for the worst corporate culture is unsurprising but still, somehow, surprising.