Wednesday, 19 January, 2022

Teleworking: Elisabeth Borne puts the pressure on the banks


The Minister of Labor will receive representatives of the sector, as well as those of engineering and consulting, this Friday to take stock. Some banks are not playing the remote work game, she criticizes, while the epidemic figures are not good.

Recourse to teleworking reduces the risk of contamination by 20% to 30%, estimates the government.

The Minister of Health, Olivier Véran, Saturday. Government spokesman Gabriel Attal on Sunday. The Minister of Labor, Eisabeth Borne, Tuesday. Official positions have been linked in recent days to warn that the health situation is not good. Among other measures to push back the prospect of confinement, the executive is counting on teleworking, but the message is struggling to get across, it seems, in certain professional sectors, and not least.

Speaking on Europe 1, Elisabeth Borne cited studies proving that keeping employees at home reduces the risk of contamination by 20% to 30%. Alas, the minister noted a “Erosion” practice in the wake of the second confinement, an erosion which does not seem to have diminished since, pushing it to set the record straight.

The Minister of Labor will receive representatives of the sector, as well as those of engineering and consulting, this Friday to take stock. Some banks are not playing the remote work game, she criticizes, while the epidemic figures are not good.

Recourse to teleworking reduces the risk of contamination by 20% to 30%, estimates the government.

The Minister of Health, Olivier Véran, Saturday. Government spokesman Gabriel Attal on Sunday. The Minister of Labor, Eisabeth Borne, Tuesday. Official positions have been linked in recent days to warn that the health situation is not good. Among other measures to push back the prospect of confinement, the executive is counting on teleworking, but the message is struggling to get across, it seems, in certain professional sectors, and not least.

Speaking on Europe 1, Elisabeth Borne cited studies proving that keeping employees at home reduces the risk of contamination by 20% to 30%. Alas, the minister noted a “Erosion” practice in the wake of the second confinement, an erosion which does not seem to have diminished since, pushing it to set the record straight.