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Nemaha Co employee schedules change for virus
04/08/2020

(KMZA)--The Nemaha County Commission has approved a work schedule change for county employees due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Following discussion at Monday's meeting, the Commission voted to ask all county department heads to rotate their employees to one week on and one week off, except for staff that is deemed by the department head to be essential.

Employees will be paid during their week off and will be expected to remain on-call, if needed.

The work schedule change is effective until further notice.

Currently, the commissioner's room is closed to the public and the meetings are being broadcast live on the county's Facebook page.

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