Reprinted from The Washington Post by Amy Wang on January 1, 2017.
That 10 p.m. email from your boss? It’s your right to ignore it.
That Saturday ping from a colleague with “just one quick question?” A response on Monday should suffice.
If you’re in France, that is.
French workers rang in a new year at midnight — as well as a “right to disconnect” law that grants employees in the country the legal right to ignore work emails outside of typical working hours, according to The Guardian. …