Working Remotely in France

What are the rules and regulations that companies have to follow when their team members work remotely in France?

Overview on remote work regulations in France

Remote work is no longer mandatory but is still recommended as a tool to prevent Covid-19-related risks. It is up to the employer to set the terms and conditions for remote work policies.

Stipends should be available to provide employees with the equivalent of what they would expect in an office setting. If there is no office to attend, an allowance should be provided.


  • EUR 100/Month

Recommended allowances

  • Home internet
  • Electricity
  • Equipment for home office
  • Rental costs

Additional allowances

  • Home Insurance
For more details about remote working regulations in countries around the world check out our remote work regulations guide.

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