In terms of the best quality workplace experience, Lagos state continues to set the standard in Nigeria.
For instance, the Lagos State Secretariat, Alausa, Ikeja, offers a conducive atmosphere for public servants to thrive in the discharge of their statutory responsibilities. Successive democratic administrations in Lagos state have instituted several policies to ensure that.
In Lagos state, transportation consumes a sizable chunk of the salaries and wages of the residents.
With that understanding – and in addition to options like car loans – the Lagos state civil service makes available a good number of staff buses. These staff buses are made available to convey the Lagos state workers to and from work, daily.
Essentially, this mode of transportation was designed to ensure optimum productivity from members of the Lagos state’s workforce.
In keeping with a promised he made during his campaign, Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu recently presented 35 brand new air-conditioned buses to the Lagos state civil services.
According to the governor, “The Lagos civil service is the backbone of government operations and ensuring we have a quality, motivated, disciplined and emotionally invested workforce is key in building”.
See below photos of the old Lagos state civil service staff buses and the recently acquired ones.