Mr Morrison, who has set up a company called Triginta, missed the first week of Parliament in July to speak at a conservative leaders’ summit in Tokyo.
He also declared he has far more time to play golf now he is no longer PM, despite still raking in his $211,250-a-year salary from taxpayers as a backbench MP.
In a press conference on Wednesday morning, Mr Albanese said MPs should serve their constituents every day.
‘I think being a Member of Parliament is a full-time job. And members of the House of Representatives have a great privilege and a great honour to represent their local communities,’ he said.
‘I’ve always represented my local community 365 days a year, regardless of what other positions that I’ve held.’