KUALA LUMPUR (March 8): The federal government is wanting into extending the work-from-home (WFH) association for each public- and private-sector employees and giving full pay to allow staff to look after an ailing member of the family or, within the case of males, to assist their wives take care of a new child baby.
Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin mentioned the transfer is supposed to encourage shared accountability and allow girls to stay in employment in addition to enhance girls’s work productiveness.
“I counsel that the Public Service Division and the Ministry of Human Sources (MoHR) look into the feasibility of extending this facility,” he mentioned in his pre-recorded Ladies’s Day 2021 speech broadcast over a number of tv networks right this moment.
The prime minister mentioned the federal government is additionally wanting into extending the WFH association to staff whose spouses had simply died as issues associated to the lack of family members usually take time to be settled.
Muhyiddin additionally strongly urged all events involved to make sure the supply of a protected working atmosphere, together with taking measures to stop sexual harassment within the office.