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"Two days a week is already too much for me": these employees who fear the return of full-time teleworking


TESTIMONIALS - Some employees have distressing memories of the widespread teleworking during previous waves of Covid. Despite the persistence of the epidemic, they are circumventing this way of working.

No obligation yet, but a recommendation.

Last week, the Minister of Labor Élisabeth Borne invited employers

"to promote teleworking and to define the rules with employee representatives


Some will come to terms with it, even finding advantages in it, but not all.

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Today, three in four French people wish to benefit from teleworking several days per week according to an Elabe study for the Montaigne Institute.

Conversely, 26% aspire to return to the work organization in place before the pandemic, namely very little telework.

They are afraid of reliving the long months of remote work, demanding professionally and personally.

Impossible to work in pairs in a studio

Employed in a large French bank, Thomas * struggles with the two mandatory telecommuting days per week.

“It's already too much for me.

I have a lot of trouble working in my 20m2 studio with just one screen.

If we are both forced to telecommute with my girlfriend, it will be

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Source: lefigaro

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