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    Elizabeth Eaves' perspective

    She offers an explanation that indicts the country's labor laws.

    I'm not knowledgeable of the French government. I find the explanation plausible, though I do not know whether her characterization of France labor laws is accurate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shopharim
    Elizabeth Eaves' perspective

    She offers an explanation that indicts the country's labor laws.

    I'm not knowledgeable of the French government. I find the explanation plausible, though I do not know whether her characterization of France labor laws is accurate.
    It's pretty accurate in my view, though I am not French either. France and Germany have a problem regarding too strict labour laws which backfire. The Scandinavian countries, Denmark, Switzerland and others have a much more flexible job market, leading to better conditions both for the people and for the economy.
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    French labor laws is one of the reasons why my boss doesnt want to hire a person in our french office anymore..
    The previous person was on continuous maternaty leave.. a real pain since we couldnt hire a replacement..
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