France - The right to be offline at Crédit Agricole - April 30, 2017

The trade unions and the management of Crédit Agricole have concluded a national framework for the right to be offline. The formulated policy can be applied in the negotiations of local agreements. The deal is based on a guide that was prepared by trade union representatives, entitled ‘the right to be offline in the branches of the Regional Offices of Crédit Agricole’. The guide provides concrete examples of the subjects that have to be treated and the modalities that have to be dealt with in the local agreements.

French: http://www.wk-ce.fr/actualites/detail/99074/la-branche-du-credit-agricole ...  

The agreement (in French): http://www.wk-ce.fr/actualites/upload/credit-agricole-accord ...  

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