In preparation for the anticipated transport strike by the United Drivers and Operators Nationwide (PISTON) on November 20, the Technological University of the Philippines - Taguig has decided to conduct asynchronous classes, allowing students to complete their studies at their own pace provided they meet the set deadlines.
School employees, meanwhile, have been given permission to work from home unless their tasks require in-person office attendance.
A skeleton workforce must be maintained in the office, based on the decision of department heads as to who will be required to report on-site.
The university hopes for the cooperation of all students and employees with the contingency measures to ensure that studies and university operations won't be disrupted during the transport strike.
(Photos by TUP-Taguig)