Sunday, February 11, 2007
As reported in Auto Industry, Renault has signed an important agreement with its unions. This allows some employees - administrative personnel, technicians, engineers and managers - to work from home two to four days a week if they want to, though they must still spend at least one day a week at their normal workplace. Renault will pay for all homeworking needs e.g. computer, chair, coffee. According to the article: "Renault says the agreement was spurred by recent technological change that facilitate new ways of working and offer interested employees the opportunity to strike a better balance between career and family."
Posted by alex johnson at 7:44 PM