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Is an employee allowed to watch the Tour de France at the office?


OUR ADVICE - Between labor law and your employer's tolerance, watching sports competitions in your company is sometimes assessed on a case-by-case basis.

After Roland-Garros, it is the Tour de France to burst onto the screens, for several hours a day because the stages are broadcast in full.

In November, the Football World Cup will take over for all football aficionados.

During these periods, when the athletes' schedule clashes with the professional schedule, employees are tempted to follow the competitions assiduously, even during working hours, if necessary.

What attitude should the employee adopt in the face of these "recreations" which arise regularly?

Should the employer immediately set limits or resolve to turn a blind eye: after all, tennis and then cycling herald the arrival of summer.

Do we really have to let go a little?

And do against bad luck good heart?

And to think that football matches offer a good way to share emotions with all employees.

The Labor Code marks the ground

The first thing is to distinguish effective working time from…

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Source: lefigaro

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