City of Calgary employees who have worked remotely throughout the pandemic are asked to return to the office starting next month.
However, a new standardized telework process will allow city staff to continue to work remotely, while increasing in-person staffing in city departments.
According to the city manager’s office, all “staff leaders, including supervisors, managers and above,” will be allowed to work remotely one day a week starting March 6, 2023.
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On April 3, 2023, all other employees authorized to work from home due to the pandemic can continue to work remotely two days a week.
“We believe this decision strikes a balance between giving flexibility to city staff and ensuring we have the in-person connections that are critical to collaboration and team building,” the city manager’s office said. in a statement to PKBNEWS. “The City of Calgary has always valued flexible working and we are proud of how staff have been able to adapt quickly during the pandemic to keep up with the provincial work-from-home mandate.
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The provincial government began easing its pandemic health measures in a phased fashion early last year.
On March 1, the work-from-home orders as well as the provincial mask mandate ended, but City of Calgary employees continued to work remotely after that mandate was lifted.
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