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    Dialogue To Continue, Says Minister Usamate

Dialogue To Continue, Says Minister Usamate

Employment Relations Minister Jone Usamate is hopeful that through dialogue all issues that unions may have will be sorted out. There have been threats of a possible strike by some

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    More Good News For Civil Servants

More Good News For Civil Servants

More civil servants, except teachers, will now be able to claim overtime for working extra hours. Teachers have never been paid overtime because of the nature of their work but

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    Big A-G Roadshow Starts Tomorrow

Big A-G Roadshow Starts Tomorrow

Teachers will have the opportunity to clear any misinformation on budget, contracts and pay increments from tomorrow when Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum begins a roadshow for civil servants. The amount

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    Editorial: Civil Servants’ Primary Role Is To Serve The People

Editorial: Civil Servants’ Primary Role Is To Serve The People

Complaints against civil servants are not new. While it is sad to say it, it has been a problem plaguing the civil service after Fiji became independent in 1970. The

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    Correct Pay For Civil Servants

Correct Pay For Civil Servants

Civil servants will receive proper remuneration after the completion of the job evaluation exercise led by the Civil Service Reform Management Unit. At least 80 senior civil servants began the

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    ANALYSIS-10 Things That Civil Servants Must Know

ANALYSIS-10 Things That Civil Servants Must Know

It is obvious, in the wake of public complaints, that the old culture in the civil service must change. It means a change in the mindset. If it is not

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    Back To The Barracks

Back To The Barracks

The Republic of the Fiji Military Forces  personnel who were seconded in the civil service have returned to the barracks. RFMF Chief of Staff, Colonel Litea Seruiratu said a directive

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    Civil Servants Urged To Play Their Part In Serving People

Civil Servants Urged To Play Their Part In Serving People

The Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday reminded civil servants in Lautoka last night to pay their outstanding water bills first before making suggestions. This was after a civil servant raised

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