When the public sector resumes operations from Monday, May 4, 2020, some essential officers will be returning to their physical offices while others will find working from home the 'new regular'.
According to Deputy Governor, Mr David D. Archer Jr; however, working from home does not mean productivity will not be monitored.
"We want to be extremely accountable during this time to make sure that when you are supposed to be working you're not sleeping or you're not playing," he said on Wednesday, April 29, 2020, during a live update on Facebook.
Mr Archer Jr said government workers will also be required to take a register which records the time put in and the task performed on the job.
According to the Governor, technology such as teleconferencing and other digital communication mediums will also be utilised to serve clients and help the sector progress.
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