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60th Session Highlights Strategic Direction And Programmes

  The Permanent Secretary for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations, Salaseini Daunabuna as Fiji’s Asian Productivity Organisation (APO) Director attended the 60th Session of the APO Governing Body in Vientiane,
11 May 2018 10:00
60th Session Highlights Strategic Direction And Programmes
Permanent Secretary for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations Salaseini Daunabuna.

 

The Permanent Secretary for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations, Salaseini Daunabuna as Fiji’s Asian Productivity Organisation (APO) Director attended the 60th Session of the APO Governing Body in Vientiane, Laos People’s Democratic Republic this week.

Ms Daunabuna highlighted that at this Governing Body, members discussed the strategic direction and programmes of APO and the way forward with the emphasis on achievements by 2020.

“Discussions were on improving labour productivity of member countries, raising the competitiveness of member countries and recognition as the leading international organisation on productivity enhancement.”

She further highlighted that Fiji since joining the APO has benefited by taking part in a number of productivity-enhancing initiatives and programmes undertaken by the APO for its member countries.

“The APO is leading the productivity movement in the Asia-Pacific Region and Fiji’s membership of the organisation is a testament of our drive to enhance productivity in the country,” she said.

“Over the years, Fiji has adopted several key learnings from member countries in enhancing productivity.

“Fiji joined the APO in 1984 under the Fiji National Training Council (FNTC) banner, the Organisation in Fiji that directly links to the APO.”

“The National Training Productivity Centre (NTPC) under the Fiji National University and the Ministry of Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations are Fiji’s counterparts with the APO.”

 

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