Hybrid schemes are gradually becoming the norm in companies.
A mixture of presence and remote work one to three days a week.
"We are faced with two categories of companies and two categories of employees"
, analyzes Myriam de Gaudusson, associate lawyer in labor law at Franklin law firm.
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For companies, there are those who have doubts about productivity outside the office and, on the other hand, those who appreciate the savings induced by teleworking.
As for the employees, they are divided between those who put up with this new rhythm, those who are reluctant to come back to the office and who, on the contrary, are allergic to teleworking, even in small doses.
Managers are tearing their hair out to convince recalcitrant people.
"This addition of contexts does not simplify the situation"
, underlines Myriam de Gaudusson.
To make matters worse, government directives do not always help to navigate.
After having made teleworking almost compulsory,
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