The French government has pushed through the El Khomri law, which is aimed at making work life for management more civilized. Despite not being popular, one of the benefits of the law
is banning work email after hours. The law follows the lead of companies like Volkswagen, which turns off its servers after hours, to prevent professionals from being bogged down
with work emails at dinner or while they are going to sleep.
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