The French government should look at fixing the country’s business model, with its insufferably high social charges, that prevents companies not only from hiring employees but that forces owners of small businesses to take early retirement while staying on as “unpaid managers” to survivewrites Nancy Heslin regarding “French signal flexibility on never-on-Sunday rule”.
Or maybe the administration could find incentives for foreign businesses to invest in France and create jobs instead of imposing taxes on wealthy earners. The formation of the European Union was supposed to produce a fair marketplace, but the French are choking on their social charges and cannot compete with cut-throat prices offered by Italians or Polish contractors. I would think these fundamental issues need to be revisited before the government tacks on another day to an already grim working week. Otherwise it’s just business as usual.