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Kaduna state to begin transition to four-day working week from December 1



Kaduna state to begin transition to four-day working week from December 1

The Kaduna authorities says it is going to start a transition to a four-day working week within the state from December 1.


In response to a press release launched immediately November 29, Muyiwa Adekeye, particular adviser to the governor on media & communication, says the general public servants, besides these in colleges and healthcare amenities, will “within the interim” be permitted to work at home for at some point per week.


The state authorities says the measure is designed to assist increase productiveness, enhance work-life steadiness and allow staff to have extra time for his or her households.



“The measure additionally displays classes learnt from managing the Covid-19 pandemic which required vital relaxations of previous working traditions and the ascendance of digital and distant working preparations,” the assertion reads.

“Nevertheless, all public servants, apart from these in colleges and healthcare amenities, will work at home on Fridays. This interim working association will subsist till the federal government is able to transfer to the subsequent stage of the transition which is able to culminate within the four-day week throughout all MDAs within the state.

“Senior officers are engaged on detailed pointers to make sure that the emergency companies and the training and well being techniques within the state proceed to ship companies 24 hours a day, seven days every week throughout the transition and past.

The federal government can even ramp up its efforts to present public servants entry to digital units and platforms to allow them work successfully from residence. Given the numerous investments the state authorities is making in ICT, it is going to make sure that most of its automated companies ship the degrees of efficiency required to present residents seamless entry.” the assertion learn

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