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Emails banned after 6pm and lolcats before 10am

France has embraced more better work life balance, to allow a break from stalking a co-workers on Facebook. Trade Unions applauded the restrictions on out-of-hours work but demanded to know how honest labourers could expect to find lonely singles, monitor their Ebay auctions or complete Candy Crush Saga?

Since 1998 France has had a 35-hour week and workers have been entitled to comfort breaks, hourly shoulder rubs and sex with someone else’s husband/wife of their choice. While in the UK there is an assumption that workers will provide the same 'slack service' regardless of whether or not they are blogging about their holiday plans.

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