Concerned Netizen Shares Video of LTO Employees Leaving Posts During Lunchtime Despite “No Noonbreak” Policy
A concerned netizen has shared the videos of LTO employees who leave their posts during lunchtime despite ‘No Noon break’ policy.
The Facebook page “Premier News Ventures” has shared the video footage of LTO employees who were leaving their posts during lunchtime period. The video goes viral and garnered various reactions from the online community.
In the video, it can be seen that several individuals at LTO office in Bacolod City, Negros Occidental were sitting in chairs while waiting for the resumption of the operation. Some workers leave their posts, which delayed the operations.
The Filipino individuals have no choice but to wait for the employees to return. The videos have been taken during lunchtime. The video elicits comments online because the agency observes ‘no noonbreak’ policy.
The video has a caption:
“A concerned citizen sent this video of the scene at the Land Transportation Office (LTO) in Bacolod City.
She said that despite signages that the agency observes a “noon break” policy, that is contrary in actual practice as employees were observed leaving their posts during lunchtime.”
The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:
What is No Noon Break Policy?
Section 8 (e) of ARTA reiterated in Section 21 (f) of the Ease of Doing Business Act, requires heads of offices and agencies which render frontline services to adopt working schedules which will ensure that all clients are attended to and served before the end of the day even during lunch break.
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