Teleworking: recalcitrant companies risk a fine of up to 1,000 euros per employee, announces Elisabeth Borne


These sanctions may be applied up to a limit of 50,000 euros per company.

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“I wish for a more dissuasive system.” The labor inspectorate may impose penalties of up to 1,000 euros per employee whose situation “does not conform” the new rules on teleworking, announced Thursday, December 30 on LCI the Minister of Labor, Elisabeth Borne. These sanctions may be applied up to a limit of 50,000 euros per company.

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