Viewed as a good way to create jobs for some, but the cause of all evils for many others, the 35-hour workweek has been one of the most heated debates in France for the past 15 years.  In this article, employment lawyers Angéline Duffour and Anna Milleret-Godet challenge the current backlash against the measure and bring a new perspective on the issue by highlighting a series of strategies to manage the impact of the 15-year old legislation.

Note: Article is written in French