A new French law that took effect January 1 asks employers to protect their workers from having to respond to work-related texts or emails after office hours. But the well-intentioned legislation may end up being no more effective than was the decree of medieval King Canute as he watched the ocean’s tides disobey his command to cease their advance.
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