The National Directorate General of Hospitals (OKFŐ) has asked their organization’s leaders to ask employees to once again work from home, Index reports.
Director-General Zoltán Jenei has ordered a number of work organization measures in the context of the coronavirus epidemic, including a proposal to encourage as many employees as possible to work from home from mid-November until the end of the year.
In addition to managers, this option is particularly recommended for those who live with chronically ill children or elderly people.
For those who continue to carry out their duties in person, in addition to the mandatory wearing of masks, the hospital director-general reminded everyone to keep the recommended distance and to take a third vaccination. He also recommended postponing meetings with a large number of people (more than 10) to a later date or to organize them online.
Hundreds of workers in more than 40 locations nationwide will be affected by the reorganization. OKFŐ wants to ensure that working from home does not interfere with the performance of their tasks.
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