Since January 1, several changes have been made to the legislation in France. One of them will surely enjoy the job because it allows you to ignore emails and phone calls from the boss if communication is made after hours.
Work day should theoretically end all communication with the boss, because everyone wants to rest and have time for the family. In practice, however, it looks very different and depending on the duties performed, the boss contacts the employee often after he has returned home.
In France, such situations have just disappeared, as new regulations have come into force on January 1 this year, which introduce a significant change in this regard. Firms employing more than 50 people have to set hours with the crew, during which the employee will have the full right to ignore emails and other forms of communication with the boss. So if the manager wants to receive the latest reports when we eat dinner, he will have to wait for the hours worked.