France: Employees Can Soon Ignore Work Emails After Business Hours
For companies with a minimum of 50 employees, a new law allows employees to ignore emails outside working hours. The individual companies, however, may themselves decide how to specifically implement the new law. The reason for this law was a French study, which resulted in 37 per cent of the interviewees emailing during evenings or weekends, leading to additional illnesses like burn-out and depression.
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This article was published in the Australia Freelance Market News 75.