MALAYBALAY CITY (OP-IPS/04 June 2021) Bukidnon State University has implemented a two-week alternative work arrangement (AWA) with 50 percent capacity and suspended on-site transactions for its clientele in the main campus.
Dr. Oscar B. Cabańelez, university president, has issued Memorandum No. 099, series of 2021 on June 4 for the re-implementation of the AWA for BukSU personnel from June 7 to June 18, 2021.
The memorandum was based on Administrative Order No. 188, series of 2021 of the City Government of Malaybalay and as per recommendation of the University COVID-19 Task Force.
The AWA applies to all personnel in the main campus whose nature of work suits the arrangement, as provided in Memorandum No. 93, series of 2020.
With this, only half of BukSU personnel in the main campus will physically report at a time. The other half are on work from home (WFH) arrangement. All unit heads were instructed to monitor and ensure essential routine tasks and the delivery of services to stakeholders are not hampered.
Those assigned to report on-site were mandated to wear all protective equipment available – face masks and face shields while inside the main campus. The university has also ordered disinfection procedures, limited physical inter-office transactions, and allowed no on-site gatherings/meetings.
The university also suspended all on-site or physical transactions by visitors and its clients in the main campus starting June 7, 2021 “until further notice”. Dr. Cabańelez’ latest advisory cited the rising number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the locality.
Instead, visitors, students, and other clients were encouraged to use available online channels include the Facebook accounts: “BUKSU Bukidnon State University”, the official social media account of the university; the “Bukidnon State University Registrar,” “BukSU-OSS” of the Office of Student Services; and the “BukSU Admission and Testing Office”.
Those who have transactions with the accounting and cashiering offices, were directed to contact them through email via . (Walter I. Balane/OP-Information and Publication Services)
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