Working life has changed all over the world, especially this year due to the coronavirus. Is it the same in France?
A recent survey asked French managers what have been the biggest changes in French working life over the last 30 years, since 1990. That’s a long time—back in 1990 we still used rotary phones and didn’t have to go through an Xray machine to board a flight!
What sorts of changes did these French managers identify? The creation of the 35 hour work week, of course, but also things like “the right to disconnect” and the recognition of burnout as a professional illness.
The survey results are very interesting and you might want to check them out. Here they are in France Today!