France: Sage opens up remote work to all employees

The French subsidiary of Sage, the provider of business resource planning software, has signed a new agreement on remote working, with the CFTC, CFDT and CFE-CGC trade unions, in order to foster a hybrid working model. Applicable as of 1 June, this agreement now allows all employees to work remotely. It also establishes an upper limit of three days of working remotely per week, but introduces numerous exceptions that allow up to five days of home office per week.

Through . Published on 13 June 2022 Ă  16h14 - Update on 14 June 2022 Ă  13h08
  • All employees are now eligible to work remotely.
  • Remote work is increased from two to three days per week on average, but exceptions allow up to five days.
  • Special clearance is granted to certain workers.
  • Occasional remote work is no longer capped.

The agreement signed on 21 April, and applicable since 1 June, puts an end to the eligibility criteria that were set by a 2013 agreement on remote work.…

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