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US Coronavirus: The use of teleworking goes back in April, according to the government

11:50  08 april  2021
11:50  08 april  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

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The Government shall order surveys, for months, to evaluate the rate of use of teleworking

Au télétravail ! (illustration) © Jean-Philippe Ksiazek / AFP to teleworking! (Illustration) At home - the government has been ordering surveys, for months, to evaluate the recourse rate for teleworking

more French have used the teleworking , including 100%, early April compared to March after Repeated calls from the government to this effect, according to a Harris Interactive survey conducted for the Ministry of Labor. "Telework has been strengthened in a few days throughout the territory. The numbers have been at the highest since January, proof that employees and employers have heard our call. It is an effective way to curb the epidemic and it is necessary more than ever to continue efforts, "commented the Minister of Labor, Elisabeth Borne , this Thursday in the Parisian .

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Countries around the world are imposing severe restrictions on their populations in a bid to stop the spread of coronavirus . Many countries have effectively closed their borders to all but their own citizens, imposed strict controls on internal travel and ordered people to stay in their homes. Australia and New Zealand have banned entry to all foreigners, with Australia telling all citizens and residents who return to the country they must go into quarantine for two weeks.

According to this study conducted from April 1st to 4th (therefore before the closure of schools but while 19 departments were already subject to restrictions), 37% of the assets have teleworked (54% saying their job can be exercised in teleworking) against 35% during the week of March 8th and 41% in November at the second confinement. 15% made it full time against 13% in March and 20% in November. The national health protocol provides that teleworking should be the rule for all activities that allow it. Since January, has added the possibility for 100% teleworked employees to come back one day a week if they wish.

One-third of people do not live teleworking

among the assets that can easily telecompillate, 67% (65% in March) and 37% worked full time against 31% in March. These trends are even sharper in the 19 departments that were already subject to sanitary restrictions: 74% of employees who can easily telecompillate (78% in Ile-de-France) and 100% teleworking increased by 9 points. On average, employees who teletravail them are 3.6 days a week (3.8 in Ile-de-France) against 3.4 in March. Employers are more inclined to allow teleworking: 11% of employees say that their employer does not allow teleworking compared to 17% in the last investigation.

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Germany could see 100,000 infections a day if the third wave of coronavirus spreads unchecked, the head of the RKI public health institute has warned. Fears that the third Covid wave could be the worst so far have prompted a clampdown on borders. Negative tests will be required for airport arrivals from Tuesday and all of France has been declared high-risk. With infections running at more than 20,000 a day, German Health Minister Jens Spahn warned: "If this continues unchecked we run the risk of our health system hitting breaking point in April ."

Governments across America already used the pandemic, and the media-stoked panic around the pandemic particularly, to limit, restrict or remove First Amendment freedoms of speech and free association, with officials complaining about the potential restraints the freedom of religion imposed upon them. Our founders were intimately familiar with pandemics, viruses and plagues, yet they did not allow any to suspend our Constitutional liberties. Not one word in the Constitution about plagues or pandemics to exempt the government from any of our Bill of Rights. Why do our current courts allow it?

But the experience of teleworking remains difficult: 34% of employees say badly to live every day, as in March. The survey was conducted online with a sample of 2,026 persons, representative of French aged 18 and over, among which are represented 1.155 employed assets. According to the Ministry of Labor, the inspection carried out more than 29,156 controls on the health crisis since 1 January. This gave rise to 59 defaults, including 33 on teleworking, as well as the sending of thousands of observation letters.

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