Travel minimized: IBP president allows employees to stay in office
Due to continued threat of the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) President Domingo Egon Cayosa has allowed the organization’s employees to make themselves at home at the main office.
“Those who work at the office can stay in the office for the week to minimize travel and risk of infection,” read Cayosa’s memorandum.
Cayosa said that the “IBP will comply with government regulations particularly the nor more than 50% of employees reporting limit.”
With this, he said employees will also be permitted to “work from home unless directed otherwise.”
“Unit Heads will designate who among their other employees are needed and must report at the IBP Office,” he instructed.
“Those working from home as well as those working at the IBP Office shall continue to submit detailed weekly output reports,” he added.
Cayos also reminded them to comply with “government prescribed safety and precautionary measures.