4-day work week for PG staff in Ramadan
Since the peak of Covid-19, the PG office has been planning to work from home and has been testing with working online or virtually.
During the upcoming fasting month, the staff of the Prosecutor General's (PG) office will be required to work at office four days a week.
According to the office, the employees will work from home on Sundays or Thursdays of the week. However, the office will remain open on those days and a designated special group will continue to work in the office on the same day.
"Employees who have to report to the office for mandatory work will have to come in. That work will be divided and the team determined. Then others will work from home," said Ahmed Shafiu, public prosecutor and media officer at the PG office.
According to him, the change was made to give employees the ease of working from home. Shafiu said that since the peak of Covid-19, the PG office has been planning to work from home and has been testing with working online or virtually.
"This is also about experiencing the change. But we are yet to decide whether we will continue with the same post-Ramadan," he said.
With over 200 employees working in the PG office, they believe that working from home once a week will be a relief for the employees.