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No Pay, No Job for Government employees in Nagaland who skipped office

Nagaland State government Employees

The Nagaland government has strictly ordered the ‘ no work, no pay ‘ policy to be implemented for state government employees who have yet to join the office even a fortnight after the festive holidays are over.

Chief Secretary Temjen Toy, while addressing the department heads and directorates ‘ first meeting of the year, said that many senior officers did not attend the office even two weeks after work was resumed.

The state government had marked Christmas and New Year’s accounts from 23 December 2019 to 2 January as festive holidays for all government offices. The responsibility lies with the senior officers and we can not trust our subordinates to be consistent and punctual unless we restrain ourselves.

Office attendance appears to have become optional. How can we serve people with such an attitude? “And he said.

Toy requested that casual leave accounts be kept strictly in all departments, from the secretariat to the district and sub divisional offices.

Government officials feel that we are on a higher pedestal and that we are above the duties assigned to us, he said. Toy wondered if senior officers have any moral authority to impose discipline upon subordinate officers and employees as they set bad examples themselves.

He said it was humiliating even to consider oneself a public servant in these circumstances. The chief secretary said the state of the toilets at the office showed the staff’s poor respect for public property.

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