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KUWAIT CITY — Government employees can face up to 15-day cuts in their salaries if they fail to comply with precautionary measures aiming to curb the spread of COVID-19, in the country, Kuwait News Agency reported on Thursday, citing a circular from the Civil Service Commission (CSC).
The circular comes a day after Kuwaitآ's government said it would tighten restrictions on public gatherings starting next week in response to a spike in COVID-19 infection rates.
According to the circular, it is incumbent upon public employees to adhere to the previously outlined safety measures, which constitutes "proper workplace etiquette," warning of stiff penalties for non-compliance.
First-time violators will receive a warning, while a second infraction will be met with a deduction of a day's worth of pay from the monthly salary, the statement clarified, adding that repeat violations face up to a 15-day pay cut.
It went on to urge public bodies to further enforce workplace safety rules, calling for additional steps to protect workers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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