Breaking: FG agency reduces work days to three, Workers to Work from Home

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In response to the recent hike in petrol prices following the removal of subsidy, the Public Complaints Commission, a Federal Government agency, is contemplating a work-from-home arrangement for its employees, according to sources. A memo dated July 18, 2023, titled ‘Adjustment of Work Schedule,’ was issued by the commission’s secretary, Hajiya Mamman, and addressed to all state commissioners.

The memo highlights the 15% increase in fuel prices, which has affected all Nigerians, including the commission’s staff. In light of this situation, the memo requests state commissioners to develop a work plan and attendance structure that will enable staff to work diligently. It proposes dividing the office into two teams for equitable interchange within the week, with Mondays being a general attendance day for all staff.

The purpose of this arrangement is to alleviate the hardship faced by employees due to the fuel subsidy removal. The memo assures that this arrangement will remain in effect until the situation improves.

The continuous rise in the pump price of petrol has caused significant challenges for most Nigerians, leading to concerns about its impact on everyday life and livelihoods
The continued hike in petrol prices has caused significant hardship for most Nigerians, prompting the Public Complaints Commission to take measures to support its workforce during these challenging times.

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