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COVID-19: Jail, fines for employers who do not allow employees to work from home where possible

SINGAPORE: Employers who do not make facilities available for members of staff to work from home where reasonable could be jailed or fined, under changes to the Infectious Diseases Act.

An addition to the Act published in the Government Gazette on Thursday (Apr 2) lays out the penalties employers face for not directing staff to work from home where possible or not implementing safe distancing measures at work, among others.

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