PayFit: “We are closing our offices in France and all of our employees will be working from home”

by bold-lichterman

The Covid-19 epidemic, which is currently raging in several countries around the world, raises the question of the organization of human resources for companies in order to limit the risks of spread. Amandine Braillard, France HR Director of PayFit, gives us the position of PayFit in terms of organization of their team in France for the coming period. ” From Monday, we are closing our offices in France and all of our employees will be working from home ”, she explains.

The company employs 400 people spread across France, Spain, Germany and the United Kingdom. ” Each decision is made according to the situation of the country ”, says Amandine Braillard of PayFit.

In France, closing offices is a complicated but necessary choice for the payroll management company. ” It’s a difficult decision to make in business terms ”, recognizes Amandine Braillard. Closing offices means stopping client meetings but also fear for the well-being and efficiency of employees. Indeed, teleworking can last several weeks, the risk of a feeling of loneliness among some employees can be problematic …

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