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Omicron|News: Civil servants tentatively scheduled to work from home from Thursday until February 4

2022-01-11T16:40:20.396Z

Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced a series of anti-epidemic measures on Tuesday (11th), including the implementation of work-from-home (WFH) for civil servants. The source said that the authorities have notified the heads of various departments, and the implementation can be implemented as soon as this Thursday (13th).



Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced a series of anti-epidemic measures on Tuesday (11th), including the implementation of work-from-home (WFH) for civil servants.

According to the source, the authorities have notified the heads of various departments that the implementation can be implemented as soon as this Thursday (13th), but requires shift work, and is limited to civil servants who are not core anti-epidemic personnel and suitable for working from home, tentatively scheduled to February 4th .


When Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor was asked before attending the guild meeting yesterday (11th), when asked when civil servants would work from home, he responded that civil servants need to prepare a lot of work in terms of epidemic prevention. If they are forced to work from home, it will be detrimental to the society. Individuals and civil servants who are suitable for working from home have informed the heads of departments that arrangements can be made.

Carrie Lam said that the heads of departments have been informed and that non-core front-line colleagues in the fight against the epidemic can be arranged to work from home.

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Lam also pointed out that a series of anti-epidemic measures, such as opening a vaccination center, require colleagues to deal with it, "At this time, you force your colleagues to work from home, which is actually not good for society, but at the same time, if some colleagues really Those who are not part of the core anti-epidemic can continue to provide services to the public at home, and I have informed the head of the department to do so.”

Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced a series of anti-epidemic measures on Tuesday (11th), including the implementation of work-from-home (WFH) for civil servants.

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