Covid-19, National Recovery Plan

Covid-19, National Recovery Plan

Employees demand say in decision to end work from home policy | The Malaysian Insight

Workers say they have adapted to new routine.

21/9/2021 2:05:00 AM

Employees demand say in decision to end work from home policy

Workers say they have adapted to new routine.

Copy URLAn engineer works from home during the first movement-control order. People, especially those with families, say they have adapted to working from home and believe that a simple return to office life may not be the best solution for them. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, September 21, 2021.

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EMPLOYEES are in two minds over returning to a regular office schedule, which is now permitted depending upon vaccinations, as part of the national recovery plan.They told The Malaysian Insight that companies should consult them first before deciding to end work from home (WFH) rules.

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Singaporean pleads not guilty to abusing autistic child

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Sg Kemensah slope stabilisation, upgrading works to cost about RM10 million, says minister | The Malaysian InsightProject to restore river’s water flow, which was obstructed after a landslide at Jalan Kemensah Heights on Friday.

Home quarantine application can be made on MOH website from tomorrow | The Malaysian InsightApplications must be made 7-10 days before arrival in Malaysia, says Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin.

Don't mislead employers on domestic helpers entry, Saravanan tells agenciesThe minister says the government will announce any policy changes. Don't talk. Prosecute them, even though cronies.

Johor hopes ministry will review MM2H conditions | The Malaysian InsightQuick decision needed as state is impacted by move, says Menteri Besar Hasni Mohammad.

Booster shots to be dispensed starting October, says Khairy | The Malaysian InsightJabs to cover vulnerable groups such as co-morbid senior citizens, frontliners, immunocompromised individuals. Just to be clear here. The FDA had voted against booster shots, yet Malaysia is going forward with them? Are you not up-to-date with your news or what's going on? I mean, I'm no mathematician, but Israel has the highest vaccination rate in the world and the highest booster vaccination rate too. Yet, they also NOW have the highest C19 cases per capita in the world. Maybe we should get some professional advice here (No conflict of interest) Personally, booster shots may be the only way for those already completed their full vaccination program (2 doses received earlier) and are now almost running its full 6 mths’ course. Sinovac wanes the fastest in lesser than 6 mths after a person has already taken the full course

No ventilation issues in shoplot gyms, owners say | The Malaysian InsightThey also do not see their businesses making profits anytime soon, despite being allowed to open in states under phase 2 of the national recovery plan .