Thiruvananthapuram: After 12 new cases of coronavirus reported in Kerala, the state government has directed its employees to work part-time for two weeks.
“About 50 per cent of Group, B,C, and D employees in each office must attend work on alternate days so as not to interfere with normal office work. Office in-charges will make necessary arrangements to recruit employees every day,” Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said.
He also directed the officials to continue work at home by the means of e-office system.
14 days of casual leave would be granted to employees who will produce their medical certificate if they were quarantined at home.
“School and college teachers do not have to go to work. The missing work days will be substituted later,” he further said.