This may make capitalists roll in their graves, but there's a new French law that is on the verge of passing that many Americans would like to see implemented here.

According to the Daily Mail, France is looking to pass a law that would allow for employees to ignore work emails and calls after business hours, at night and over the weekend. Companies in France already have a 35-hour work week and six-weeks of paid holidays. This new law is in an attempt to give workers a better life balance, and reduce the risk of "burnout."

So what do you think? Is this something you would like to see implemented in America?