Attorney general’s office to suspend pay if employees skip vaccine The attorney general’s office said that if government employees and other employees do not get vaccinated against Covid-1 vaccine on time without a specific reason, they will not be paid and will have to take administrative action. I warned you.
Attorney general’s office to suspend pay if employees skip vaccine The warning was posted on a notice on the Attorney General’s Office website.
“The notice has been issued by order of the Hon’ble Attorney General,” Mohammad Nasir Uddin, executive officer of the office, told bdnews24.com.
“All officers and employees were instructed to take their shots by August 16. If no one else has sufficient excuses, their wages will be suspended and they will take administrative action. Face to face.”
Also, bdnews24.com reported that the notice told all office workers that if they did not register, they would have to get vaccinated within the stipulated time.
Vaccine cards and certificates for all employees of the Attorney General’s Office will be submitted to the Administration Department from 22nd August to 1st August.
In addition to the Attorney General, three additional Attorney Generals, 66 Deputy Attorney Generals and 150 Deputy Attorney Generals, the office has more than 200 employees.
However, additional Attorney Generals, Deputy Attorney Generals and Attorney Generals such as Deputy Attorney Generals have been exempted from the notification, said Md. Nasir Uddin.