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Maintenance workers: towards the end of staggered hours?

2024-02-20T07:42:09.093Z

Highlights: Gabriel Attal promised to put an end to staggered working hours. The public administration will “set an example when it comes to the organization of work’ There are around 1.7 million “cleaning employees” in France. 43% work “atypical hours”, that is to say nights, evenings or weekends. Subscribe Already subscribed? To log in, go to the page you came from and click on the button below to sign up.


During his general policy speech, Prime Minister Gabriel Attal promised to put an end to staggered working hours.


He committed to this during his general policy speech.

The public administration will “set an example when it comes to the organization of work” for “all those people who work hard and feel invisible,” assured Gabriel Attal on January 30.

A reference “to people in the household, sometimes forced to travel for hours on public transport in the middle of the night, all to prevent them from working at the same time as employees”.

The Prime Minister thus promised that within the administration, those who wish could carry out their tasks “at the same times as everyone else: during office hours”.

There are around 1.7 million “cleaning employees” in France, according to the Directorate for the Animation of Research, Studies and Statistics (Dares), maintenance workers in the public and private sectors, housekeeping help or even concierge included.

Among them, 43% work “atypical hours”, that is to say nights, evenings or weekends.

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Source: leparis

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