Tell us: What is the French workplace really like?
The traditional image of being an employee in France is certainly an attractive one - long lunches, the whole of August off and a job for life, no matter how badly you mess it up (plus the odd day off on strike every now and again).
But in the 21st century is that really true? We want to know the reality of life in the French workplace, and whether any of those hoary old clichés still persist today.

Thanks,

The Local France

What are the best bits about working in France? Does your employer offer any attractive perks to staff? *
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What is the thing you find most annoying about the French workplace? *
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What tips would you suggest for newcomers on the best way to survive and thrive in a French workplace? *
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Of the popular clichés of the French workplace (long lunches, long holidays, workers protection and strike action) how many have you personally encountered?
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Where in France do you live, and what type of work do you do? *
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