It’s good to be an employee in France right now.
Unions and employers in France have come to an agreement that employees will no longer check their work-related email before 9 a.m. or after 6 p.m.
The deal, which is legally binding, upholds the spirit of the 35-hour work week that France implemented in 1999.
We wonder how this affects those who work best during the night hours. Our emails come in all day and all night — while not legally being able to answer them might be nice, our productivity would surely suffer.
Is this something you’d like to see for America?