MDEC employees to work from home following restricted movement order
CYBERJAYA: The Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) has activated it’s Business Continuity Management (BCM) plan and implemented a special working arrangement for its employees.
This follows the restricted movement order for the next 14 days ordered by Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin last night.
“Effective 18th to 31st March 2020, MDEC will implement a Work-From-Home (WFH) arrangement supported by Alternative Work Arrangement (AWA) guidelines for all employees,” said a statement from MDEC.
It said that to ensure minimal disruptions to its operations, MDEC has introduced digital communications tools and technologies such as video and tele-conferencing, remote working collaborative platforms and online customer experience to connect with all external stakeholders as well as between its employees.
“For those employees who are required to be physically present in the office, MDEC has already taken the necessary steps to ensure their health and welfare is taken into consideration while they are at their workplace,” it said.
MDEC said it has also launched a campaign to raise awareness and mitigate against the spread of the Covid-19 threat with a series of short videos across its social.
It added that the company would continue to monitor the situation closely and urge the digital economy stakeholders and the Malaysian public to follow the guidance of the Health Ministry.