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Pay secrecy clauses are now banned in Australia; here's how that could benefit you

By Michelle Brown, Professor, Human Resource Management, The University of Melbourne
Leanne Griffin, PhD, The University of Melbourne
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Do you work for an organisation that treats pay information like a state secret? Do you know what your coworkers get paid? Can you tell others what you earn?

Well, now you can, following the passing of the Albanese government’s “Secure Jobs, Better Pay Bill” reform package, which includes a ban on pay secrecy policies.

Read more: What the compromise IR deal means for wage negotiations, and pay rises

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