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Fiji Ports Moves To Protect Human Capital, Remain Competitive

Fiji Ports Corporation Limited has concluded a number of revamping projects in various departments to ensure it protects the company’s human capital and remains competitive. This includes a review of
15 Apr 2015 08:58

Fiji Ports Corporation Limited has concluded a number of revamping projects in various departments to ensure it protects the company’s human capital and remains competitive.

This includes a review of the Harbour Master’s Office and pilots.

Human Resources manager, Jiovilisi Biukoto, said the year ahead promises to be an interesting one for Fiji ports Corporation Human Resources Department.

The Key Performance Indicators for 2015 will also be confirmed and it is expected that a model that caters for the four KPI components of FPCL’s business will be rolled out.

Overall KPIs encompass Departmental-to-Individual attributes and additional KPIs for bonus payments.

2015 will see a greater emphasis on company-wide activities to bring all Fiji Ports employees together in circumstances other than just work-related.

This would include taking part in social responsibility activities such as teaming with the Environmental Committee for Environmental Management initiatives.

ISO standards

Fiji Ports Corporation Limited is also working towards introducing International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) standards.

Fiji Ports chief executive, Vajira Piyasena, said relevant goals are already incorporated into the Key performance Indicators of the Strategic Plan 2015-2017.

As a premier organisation with a diversity of functions, Fiji Ports has streamlined all internal processes before beginning the journey to ISO standards.

Fiji Ships and Heavy Industries, a subsidiary of Fiji Ports, is leading the way in this initiative by working towards the introduction of ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Systems.

 

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