PARIS – At least 2,000 Renault SA workers in the Paris region are expected to give up traffic jams and start commuting from their bedroom to their home office next year. The auto maker presented the plan to unions and operational units this week, and while there are details to be worked out, the reception is expected to be enthusiastic. Renault has about 10,000 white-collar workers employed at its headquarters and two technical centers. "If it's real work from home, I'll do it," writes a ...
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