Pi News – Sky News presenter Chris Kenny said the right to disconnect legislation was a “huge upheaval” as businesses could become less flexible for their employees. “It’s a big upheaval and one of the things that a lot of business leaders are starting to point out is that if you want to take away that right to fire … then jobs are going to be a lot more flexible,” Mr. Kenny said. By law, employees have the right to ignore phone calls and emails from employers outside of work hours. The company may be fined if the contact is found to be unreasonable and started during unpaid time. Business groups have criticized the reform, saying it will hinder the growth of organizations in an already uncertain economic period and bind them with red tape.