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Lengthy vacations and short work weeks have long been staples of life in France, but technology has made it increasingly difficult for employees to leave their jobs behind when they head home. Smartphones and laptops have blurred the line between professional and personal spheres, raising health concerns that have prompted the government to take action. Under a law that went into effect on January 1st, employees at some French companies now have the "right to disconnect" from their jobs once they leave the office. The measure aims to mitigate burnout and stress by redrawing a clearer line between work and home. Some businesses have already...
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