UGICT-CGT (frames) on Thursday denounced “the explosion of the black executives and technicians”, due to the use of digital home and transport tools, and demanded a ” right to disconnect. “
” 75% of managers say they use new technologies to their business use on their personal time. This work done at home or in transport is generally neither recognized nor recognized, and very often exceeds the time limits imposed by law, “said the union in a statement.
“We are witnessing an explosion of movement of undeclared work among managers and technicians,” the CGT which “requires a count of the time worked by employees in and outside the workplace “
. The union also asks” is performed in all businesses and governments the establishment of a right to disconnect “. “The extensive use of information technology and communication (ICT) induces a permanent and unrestricted availability and blurs the line between work and private life,” he wrote.
For the CGT, “it is a challenge to the basis of labor law, which guarantees that the subordinate relationship between the employee and the employer must be temporary and time-bound.”
So, it calls for “the establishment of a mandatory bargaining in every company on the use of digital tools, including in the beaches of truce mails” and “strengthening the regulation of telework . “
In addition, the CGT demands coaching package Lit, which pays frames without relying on their weekly schedules,” to bring France in line with European and international law. ”
The Union also asked the obligation “to justify or offset the increase night work or Sunday,” and “counting down the traveling time of during business trips as work time.”
Finally, UGICT-CGT launches consultation to enable managers and technicians “to assess their working tax (All Tasks Included)” and a petition to challenge the government and employers.