Kenya Power & Lighting Company Plc has announced its plans to curb the spread of novel coronavirus Covid-19 through a series of staff leave days utilisation.
The Guildelines for Decongesting the Workplace in the face of Covid-19 states in part, ‘All employees with leave balancesof 30 days and above will take leave with effect from 4th May 2020 and only be left with a maximu of 10 days.
Other measures the electricity distributor has taken includes altenate work schedules for the rest of staff in the month of May.
The changes expected to start tomorrow cover all staff in the central office, office based staff in regions and field based staff in regions.
Working from home
KPLC has restricted working from home – WFH to Central Office staff who include senior management such as General Managers and Departmental Managers.
In the regions, the company says the WFH arrangement will only be available for Regional boses, Central Business Managers, and regional functional heads in Customer Service and Technical Services.
The changes are supposed to be policed by immediate supervisors.
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