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The BSP Fiji Human Resources Institute National Convention Continues

The BSP Fiji Human Resourc­es Institute Convention be­gan yesterday with seven dynamic speakers presenting their insights on the importance of nur­turing our local human capital. The Australian Human Resources Institute
28 Oct 2017 11:12
The BSP Fiji Human Resources Institute National Convention Continues
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The BSP Fiji Human Resourc­es Institute Convention be­gan yesterday with seven dynamic speakers presenting their insights on the importance of nur­turing our local human capital.

The Australian Human Resources Institute chief executive officer Lyn Goodear will be presenting to­day on the impact of technology on workplaces and the role of human resources practitioners.

In an interview with the Fiji Hu­man Resources Institute vice presi­dent Ravinesh Krishna on October 23, he said: “We have lost a lot of skill sets from Fiji to overseas coun­tries and it still continues.

“So we are working with partners like the University of the South Pa­cific and Fiji National University to maintain the talent in Fiji.”

The same sentiments were echoed by many local employers thus high­lighting the need to maintain and develop our local talent.

This year, two Award winners from the FHRI Annual Awards got a chance to attend the prestigious Australian Human Resources Insti­tute Convention.

Ms Goodear was appointed the chief execitive officer in 2012 and has maintained her position since then.

The two day Convention will end today with a cocktail at the poolside.



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