“Two days a week is already too much for me”: these employees who are reluctant to telework

TESTIMONIALS – Lack of social relations, motivation at half mast, unsuitable equipment… Some workers are struggling to find their balance in teleworking.

No obligation yet, but a strong incentive. At the end of the health defense council on Monday, Jean Castex invited companies to generalize “two to three days of teleworking” when possible. Some employees will live with it, even finding advantages, but not all.

Because if three in four French people today wish to benefit from several days of teleworking per week, according to an Elabe study for the Montaigne Institute, they are still 26% to aspire to return to the organization of work in place before the pandemic, namely the least possible teleworking. With the deterioration of the health situation, they fear reliving the long months of remote work, demanding professionally and personally.

Impossible to work in pairs in a studio

Employed in a large French bank, Thomas * struggles with the two mandatory telework days per week. “It’s already too much for me. I have a lot of trouble working in my 20m2 studio with just one screen. All

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