Les EU s'intéressent au droit à la déconnection français !
'If you switch off, people think you're lazy': demands grow for a right to disconnect from work
“The regulation has been a just right factor,” says Caroline Sauvajol-Rialland, professor at Sciences Po Paris and creator of the ebook Infobesity. “France turned into the primary nation in Europe to ascertain the precise to disconnect laws. However the regulation is simply too gentle and plenty of corporations are ambivalent in opposition to it.” A up to date survey of 34,00zero employees by means of a coalition of French unions discovered 78% labored for corporations that had now not correctly carried out the precise to disconnect, 24% famous an building up of their workload right through the pandemic and 30% had been affected by data overload. “There’s this nice problem of lundimanche that we will have to take on,” Sauvajol-Rialland says, relating to a French portmanteau phrase for the blurring of Sunday into Monday.