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Human Resource Institute Awards to be Held June

The number of nominees for this year’s Fiji Human Resources In­stitute (FHRI) Awards is expect­ed to significantly increase. The FHRI 2018 awards were launched on Friday night in Nadi with
25 Feb 2018 20:25
Human Resource Institute Awards to be Held June
Fiji Human Resource Institute president Kameli Batiweti and Air Terminal Services Human Resource Manager Richard Donaldson at the launch of the awards on Friday, February 23.

The number of nominees for this year’s Fiji Human Resources In­stitute (FHRI) Awards is expect­ed to significantly increase.

The FHRI 2018 awards were launched on Friday night in Nadi with more cat­egories.

FHRI president Kameli Batiweti said the awards were expected to grow each year as the number of companies put­ting forward their nominees has in­creased.

Last year there were only two individu­al awards whereas this year it has been increased to four. The individual awards are human resource executive, human resource manager, human resource practitioner and human resource rising star.

There are two organisation Awards and these are Best Practitioner, which is based on Health, Safety and Well Being and Best Practitioner based on Learn­ing and Development.

Mr Batiweti said nominations close on April 28 with the event to be held in Suva sometime in June.

Last year, 25 nominees were received for the different awards but that would be surpassed this year.

FHRI operations manager Sonam Krishneil said this year the awards would be held on its own.

“Last year we had the awards and the convention held at the same time but we have decided to separate both events this year.,” Mrs Krishneil said.

The launching of the awards was held at the Novotel Hotel in Nadi with over 20 companies represented there.

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