The government has been clear: from midnight Thursday, October 29, employers will have to take all necessary measures to protect the health of their employees. If there is no obligation to set up 100% teleworking, it is strongly recommended to do so. At Axialease, an Ile-de-France company specializing in financial leasing dedicated to businesses, the puzzle begins Thursday, October 29: the boss is considering setting up teleworking. However, he is far from being in favor of it.
During the first confinement, its employees were all teleworking; the results are mixed. “Activity is at half mast, our turnover has clearly been altered, so we saw that 100% of people working from home were not doing good for the economy“, estimates Sébastien Luyat, the president of Axialease. Result: only three days of teleworking are envisaged for certain functions, in spite of the governmental announcements. Coming to the office, an act essential also for certain employees, who consider themselves more productive.”We need to go see clients, go see partners; it’s much more practical“, assures Emmanuel Delouya, charge d’affaires.
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