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Salary cut for employees who violate preventive health measures

Thursday, February 4, 2021
Salary cut for employees who violate preventive  health measures

The Civil Service Commission (CSC) announced the imposition of penalty, including a deduction in salary for those who violate health requirements and preventive measures to confront the Coronavirus.

According to a circular issued by CSC, it will impose disciplinary measures on violators as per Article 60 of the Civil Service Decree.

Any employee who violates the precautionary health measures will receive a warning. For repeating violation, action will be taken, including deducting the salary for one day and increasing after that with a maximum cut of 15 days salary in a month.

CSC called on all government agencies to take all disciplinary measures against employees who violate health requirements.

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Saturday, February 6, 2021
@Parthipan, Don''t worry let them violate if they are not following they may suffer. I think they should not tease rather if they feel that other person who is wearing mask is not needed then try to explain. Anyway keep following but you should also keep patience. Thank you

Friday, February 5, 2021
What about health preventive measures in private one is bothered using masks or sanitizers or even social distancing.... Staffs within offices teases those who wear not taking care on instructing preventive measures....

Can the government send officials in disguise without their official vehicles and make checking in companies and charge the violators so that all others will be safe.
If officials come in disguise but in official vehicles...people get informed and they temporarily uses the masks and when checking is over they remove.

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