France might pass a law that lets people legally ignore emails after work
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This final note on the way out today, in which we announce the relocation of Marketplace World Headquarters to Paris.
I kid! I don’t get to decide, but boy if I did.
They’re talking about a new law over there that lets people ignore their work emails while they’re off the clock.
There was a labor union in Paris that had that in their negotiations a couple of years ago.
Didn’t really work out all that well, as you might expect.
So, yeah, I guess we’ll stay in LA.
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