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As an employer, having a 'right to disconnect' policy shows you care about your team's wellbeing and work-life balance. By setting clear boundaries for after-hours communication, you help prevent burnout and boost productivity during work hours. Employees who feel respected and valued are more likely to be engaged and committed to their roles, which ultimately benefits your business. Plus, it's a proactive way to create a healthier, more sustainable workplace culture that attracts and retains top talent.


From 26 August 20224, employees can refuse to monitor, read, or respond to contact from an employer or a third party under the Fair Work Legislation Amendment (Closing Loopholes No.2) Bill 2023.


N.B. This HR policy template will be emailed to you within 1–2 business days of receiving your order.

Right to disconnect policy

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