STC sent a circular to their employees to work from home

Saudi Telecom STC 3000 Employees to work from home
Saudi Telecom STC 3000 Employees to work from home

STC sent a circular to their employees to work from home to control the virus from 4th February 2021. The approach of working from home or remotely has been adopted by quite a lot of organizations globally. The idea is to keep the business running but most importantly, keep everyone safe. Details below.

STC sent a circular to their employees to work from home

The below translates to “our colleagues, dear STC family, in the application of the highest safety standards in the work environment and to enhance the safety and health of our employees and their families, and based on the precautionary and preventive measures recently issued by the competent health authorities To face the outbreak of the new Coronavirus (COVID-19), it has been decided to suspend attendance at work for all employees and continue to work remotely, from tomorrow, Thursday, February 4, 2021, to Sunday, February 28, 2021, with the exception of all those whose nature of work requires attendance to The company, in coordination with the direct manager, to ensure business continuity.”


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