20.06.2021. / 16:40
PARIS – French carmaker Renault has reached an agreement with unions on hybrid work, and new workplace arrangements will be introduced in several phases, starting in September 2021.
U Renault they say they will offer support and training on how best to work remotely, SeeBIZ reports.
The hybrid system will be voluntary and based on two days of work from home per week, with an extra day at the discretion of the manager, they add at Renault.
The factory expects 20,000 employees in France to accept an offer for teleworking that will cover most jobs other than front-line production.
Rival carmaker Stellantis, which makes Peugeot and Citroen cars, has agreed similar arrangements with its French workers.
The future of the workplace is being intensively debated after the corona virus pandemic forced the closure of many offices and showed how many tasks staff from their own homes can now perform.
Source: Capital.ba – Informacija je capital by www.capital.ba.
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