The government has struck a deal to pass aspects of its IR reforms that the business community had been rallying against.
As part of the agreement, the Employment Minister will split the Closing Loopholes Bill into two parts, with the same job, same pay policy expected to pass the Senate on Thursday.
The proposed laws have attracted widespread criticism from the business sector across Australia.
Some businesses are opposed to the same job, same pay legislation, arguing it could cripple profits.
Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry CEO Andrew McKellar said the Albanese government hasn’t negotiated closely enough with businesses on the industrial relations reforms.
“It’s a very disappointing day – I think this is the most fundamental thing here is this is a breach of trust,” he said.