Different formula for shift workers


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  • Tuesday, 21 Jun 2005

PETALING JAYA: The five-day work week for civil servants, which will be implemented from July 1, will only automatically apply to those who are currently working normal office hours. 

“For officers working shifts, the heads of departments may consider implementing the new working hours with the necessary changes made to fit the needs of the services provided by the departments,” said Public Services Department director-general Datuk Ismail Adam in the circular dated June 16. 

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