Alternative work options in Capitol set

ROXAS CITY—Work has resumed in the Capiz provincial government Sept. 8.
In a segment of the Capiz Kabalaka Information Center (CKIC) briefer, Provincial Human Resource Officer Francisco Dariagan, their employees were divided into two teams for two working weeks while another team is working at home for two weeks straight.
Dariagan added that the two teams will switch places after two weeks.
Those offices of the provincial the Provincial Capitol have been observing that workplace format since Sept. 1, he said.
Offices consider “extra vital” in Capitol’s operations have the same working format but work for two-and-a-half days each, Dariagan added.
Per CKIC Facebook post, the provincial government have also set up a waiting area at the Capitol on the parking lot within its area. The waiting area, under a white tent, caters to 30 people. Only those who have “subject for interview” transactions can enter.
Two-way radios are also used by the Governor’s Office, General Services Office, Community Affairs Office and the Human Resource Management Office to facilitate human traffic.
Dariagan added that they are also planning to install closed-circuit-television (CCTV) cameras.