Malaysia’s Negeri Sembilan Adopts Flexible Work Hours for Civil Servants from January 15

Buildings in KL, Malaysia
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The state government of Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia, has introduced flexible working hours (FWH) for all civil servants starting January 15.


Negeri Sembilan Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Aminuddin Harun views this as a strategic move to enhance the quality of civil service, promoting dedication among employees for the benefit of the nation.


The FWH initiative aims to address issues like road congestion and childcare responsibilities, particularly for those working in SUK (Setiausha Kerajaan Negeri).


Aminuddin emphasizes the need for civil servants to use this flexibility responsibly, warning of revocation if misused. He underscores the importance of commitment, seriousness, and proactivity in providing efficient service and addressing public concerns.


Negeri Sembilan is a state situated on the southwest coast of the Malay Peninsula with a population of 1.098 million as of 2015. The state is renowned for its beaches, nature parks, and palaces.

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