Will Switzerland regulate the right to disconnect?

Will Switzerland regulate the right to disconnect?

How difficult is it to reach me outside of work hours and make sure I don’t get penalized for it? Why would I have to call back outside business hours? These questions have become frequent since the use of hybrid working became widespread in many companies. However, it is still poorly organized.

To address this ambiguity, last September the Council of the European Law Institute (ELI, an independent non-profit organization that specifically provides practical advice for European legal development) adopted ten non-binding guidelines for implementing workers’ right to disconnect. for example? This right should apply to all employing entities regardless of the number of people employed. Compliance with disconnections should be assessed and monitored regularly. Or: Specific penalties must be provided in the event of violation of this right.

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