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Wab Kinew says he is aware that these changes will provoke reactions.


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Manitoba Premier Wab Kinew wants more people to come back to work in downtown Winnipeg. He hints that changes are coming for public servants who work from home.

Wab Kinew says front-line workers such as nurses , snow plowers and those working at Manitoba Public Insurance must be physically at work every day. He believes that this should also be the case for their managers.

How can you handle someone who has to show up in person if you don't show up in person, he wonders. I think it's not credible to say that we want to improve the culture at work or that we have the same commitment as front-line workers, if we are not physically present at work .

I don't think hybrid working is good for workflow.

A quote from Wab Kinew, Premier of Manitoba

It's very disruptive if you're having a creative conversation in a room with five people and four people join you in a dial-up type setup, adds Wab Kinew.

He indicates that no decision has been taken yet, but that his government will study several options in the coming months, before reaching a consensus.

< p class="StyledBodyHtmlParagraph-sc-48221190-4 hnvfyV">Wab Kinew's thoughts on the subject of working from home were shared a month after a CBC report indicated that Shared Health is spending more than $1 million dollars for office space it no longer uses in downtown Winnipeg.

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The organization has 890 office and administrative employees. More than half work from home.

In a statement, a spokesperson for Shared Health said the organization is committed to review workplaces for [its] employees across the province.

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