In a world where the line between life and work has become blurred, should workers have the right to disconnect in their off-hours?

With emails, texts and social media updates coming in at an overwhelming pace for many, France has passed a law allowing employees to ignore messages that arrive outside of the regular workday. The idea is to cut back on the growing volume of unpaid work that has slowly crept into daily life.

Affecting companies employing 50 or more people, the new mandate is generating both support and derision, with some wondering how it could ever be enforced.

From the Fox News Channel, guests debate its pros and cons:

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