Ontario proposes right-to-disconnect legislation for workers

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The Ontario government has proposed legislation giving workers the right to disconnect, claiming it would help achieve a better work-life balance. But countries that have implemented similar policies, including France, say having set 'off' hours didn’t solve the problem.

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