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Teleworking started to pick up in early April

2021-04-08T03:19:53.794Z

More French people have resorted to teleworking, in particular 100%, at the beginning of April compared to March after repeated calls from the government in this direction, according to a Harris Interactive poll carried out for the Ministry of Labor *. Read also: Why it is so difficult to put all the French (who can) to telecommute According to this study carried out from April 1 to 4 (therefore



More French people have resorted to teleworking, in particular 100%, at the beginning of April compared to March after repeated calls from the government in this direction, according to a Harris Interactive poll carried out for the Ministry of Labor *.

Read also: Why it is so difficult to put all the French (who can) to telecommute

According to this study carried out from April 1 to 4 (therefore before the closure of schools but while 19 departments were already subject to restrictions), 37% of working people worked at home (54% saying that their profession can be carried out by teleworking). ) against 35% during the week of March 8 to 14 and 41% in November during the second confinement.

15% did so full time compared to 13% in March and 20% in November.

The national health protocol provides that teleworking must be the rule for all activities that allow it.

Since January, the possibility has been added for 100% teleworking employees to come back one day a week if they wish.

34% of employees experience it badly

Among workers who can easily telecommute, 67% did so (65% in March) and 37% worked full time compared to 31% in March.

These trends are even clearer in the 19 departments which were already subject to health restrictions: 74% of employees who can telecommute easily do so (78% in Île-de-France) and 100% teleworking has increased by 9. points.

On average, employees who telework do so 3.6 days a week (3.8 in Île-de-France) against 3.4 in March.

Employers are more inclined to authorize teleworking: 11% of employees say that their employer does not authorize teleworking against 17% in the last survey.

But the experience of teleworking remains difficult: 34% of employees say they do not experience it on a daily basis, as in March.

Read also: These little pleasures that soften teleworking

According to the Ministry of Labor, the inspectorate has carried out more than 29,156 checks on the health crisis since January 1.

This gave rise to 59 formal notices, including 33 on teleworking, as well as the sending of thousands of observation letters.

* The survey was carried out online with a sample of 2,026 people, representative of French people aged 18 and over, among which 1,155 active workers are represented.

Source: lefigaro

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