Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development (ICECRD) responds quickly to a circular (SE) regarding the work from office (WFO) work system which runs a maximum of 25% and 75% work from home (WFH). This was decided in a consolidation meeting between the Head of the Center for Research and Development for Plantation with the Head of Research Institute, structural officials and researchers through virtual scope (21/9/20), given the progress and situation of Covid-19 expansion is increasingly massive.
Based on data from the DKI Health Service as of September 7, 2020, it shows that there are Covid-19 clusters in 27 Ministry offices with a total of 629 cases. Furthermore, according to data from the Bogor City Health Office, the trend of the number of cases in each PSBB period in the city of Bogor can be seen during the IV / Transition PSBB and Pre AKB PSBB, it can be seen that the number of new cases has increased significantly, where the city of Bogor has a Red Zone status.
On this basis, all Ministries and Work Units to strictly respond and follow up on the Circular re-consolidate in order to follow up on the Circular of the Minister for Administrative Reform of the Bureaucratic Reform Number 67 of 2020 concerning Amendments to the Circular of the Minister of Administrative Reform and Bureaucratic Reform number 58 years 2020 concerning the Work System for State Civil Servants in the New Normal Order and Circular of the Secretary General of the Ministry of Agriculture Number 2985 / SE / KP.370 / A / 09/2020 dated September 8, 2020.
Head of ICECRD, Ir. Syafaruddin, Ph.D. , emphasized that all ASNs comply with all health protocols by disciplining hand washing, wearing masks and maintaining distance.
In general, based on reports from all Heads of Research Centers in the scope of the ICECRD, the current condition of all structural officials, researchers and casual daily employees is in good health. However, at the direction of the Head of the Center for Plantation Research and Development to follow up the Circular and reported regularly every week to the Secretary General of the Ministry of Agriculture, followed by periodic inspections of both Rapid and Swap tests for all employees.
WFH and WFO must be carried out strictly by taking into account the discipline of doing attendance according to working hours every day and uploading the results of work that have been determined based on duties and functions, said the Head of the Headquarters. (Sae / Web Team)