Totally empty offices and meeting rooms. Since the start of confinement, the 60 employees of this Parisian company have deserted the premises and will not return. Only the manager is back, but to return the keys to the premises. For this company that trains business creators, everything is done online, so remote work is not a problem. Containment was a revelation. Employees have even taken a liking to it, like Alexandre Dana, co-founder of the startup LiveMentor, which no longer wants to leave the Bay of Somme.
A choice also assumed by Julien Lozano, business manager, who works from home, like his nine collaborators. On an online platform, he manages apartment rentals between individuals. Very early on, a month ago, he made the decision to abandon his premises in order to no longer pay rent. But not all employees react to telework in the same way. Some experts warn of the risk of isolation and the difficulty of separating professional and private life.
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