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Pacific People to Build Regional Workforce Development

We’re the seamless one-stop-shop the region has needed for any company or organisation seeking the right person with the right skills as well as those seeking new employment prospects.
07 Mar 2019 16:47
Pacific People to Build Regional Workforce Development
The Pacific People recruitment website can be accessed on http://www.pacificpeople.com

Pacific People, the first Pacific-wide specialised end-to-end online re­cruitment service, was launched yesterday.

Headquartered in Suva, Pacific People is a company committed to placing more Pacific people into senior exec­utive roles and building skills through work­force development.

About Pacific People

Pacific People is pow­ered by AVI, an organisation with more than 50 years’ experience building capacity through the sharing of skills and experience in Fiji and the re­gion.

Thelma Taria-Savua, Pacific People’s general man­ager, said the company is committed to placing more Pacific people into senior roles and building skills through workforce development.

“Pacific People also aims to encourage labour mo­bility within the region, while also enabling dias­pora to return to work in their home countries,” she said.

“We’re the seamless one-stop-shop the region has needed for any company or organisation seeking the right person with the right skills as well as those seeking new employment prospects.

“We’ve made it easier than ever to fill a role and find the perfect job online, from your desktop or the palm of your hand,” Ms Taria-Savua said.

Employers and job seekers can utilise Pacific Peo­ple’s region-wide jobs board to achieve their recruit­ment and career objectives respectively.

AVI chief executive officer Paul Bird said: “Pacific People harnesses the considerable expertise and ex­perience of AVI in recruitment and workforce devel­opment, as well as its systems and quality.”

About AVI

AVI has facilitated the exchange of more than 15,000 skilled Australians through 3,000 partner organisations, building capacity in 89 developing countries, contributing to the economic and social development they seek and enabling sustainable change.

For more information, visit the Pacific People web­site, https://www.pacificpeople.com.

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