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Shift system to be employed in KNUST where applicable

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KNUST is set to adopt the Shift system for its staff where applicable.

The KNUST University Community released a general notice  on 1st February, 2021, as a furtherance to the President’s 23rd National Address on Ghana’s fight against COVID-19.

In the notice, the President urged all workplaces, both public and private to adopt a shift system, in addition to the use of virtual platforms for business or work.

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In view of that, KNUST has moved its sanctioned meetings to virtual platforms and has asked Colleges, Departments, and Units on Campus to make internal arrangements to operationalize a shift system for workers where applicable. 

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Aside from his suggestion on the shift system in workplaces, he noted that conferences and workshops can take place with all the appropriate protocols.

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The University Community has therefore laid down some measures in accordance with what the President laid out in his 23rd Address to the country;

  • All University sanctioned meetings should be held virtually
  • The duration of meetings should not exceed 2hours
  • Colleges, Departments, Units, are to employ the shift system where applicable
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