France’s new “right to disconnect” law rolls out

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Sunday saw the activation of the new “right to disconnect” law in France, a law that means workers are not obligated to read or send work-related emails outside of office hours. 

Under the new law, companies of 50 or more people are now obliged to negotiate with workers’ guidelines that set when employees are not required to read or answer work-related emails. If the two sides can’t come to an agreement, the company must publish a charter that specifically outlines what is expected of workers outside of work hours.   Read more…

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