80% of civil servants to WFH, says Zuki


PETALING JAYA: The civil service will operate on a hybrid system whereby only 20% of staff will be in the office at any one time, in line with the newly tightened standard operating procedures, says Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Mohd Zuki Ali (pic).

The remaining 80% of staff would be working from home (WFH), he said, adding that the new practice would not apply to public servants in frontline services.

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