Privacy Commissioner says unions shouldn't be getting personal information of employees who choose not to join them
The Privacy Commissioner says unions have no business getting the personal information of employees who choose not to join them
16 May 2018
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It's one of the proposals in the Employment Relations Amendment Bill, with the intention of ensuring employers inform workers of their union options.
Employees would have to expressly object to their details being passed on.
John Edwards says this goes against privacy values.