Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Ministries Directed to Strengthen Flexible Hours

Sai's Comments:
  • Fancy ordering civil servants to go the extra mile when they and their rights as human beings are being abused and their lives, what they can say, and countless other activities, are being tightly controlled by the illegal regime in Fiji.
  • This is the true mentality of a military man who barks out orders and expects all to be carried out without any dissent! What an idiot of a leader.
  • He obviously has not heard that if you treat your workers with respect they will channel such dignity and integrity of treatment into loyal service to the public. Flog them like caged animals by denying their dignity and rights as human beings, and they will find ways to come back at the regime through poor service to the public and withdrawal of their labour through other means.
  • The sooner the regime goes the better it will be for Fiji and its people. And when they're gone all evidence and traces of their illegal rule must be wiped clean from the records of history and the minds of freedom loving Fiji peoples. That will be the only way to ensure there is no repeat of the illegal rule by the dictatorial regime, headed by someone who stumbled into the top job by virtue of being pushed there by a former and equally incompetent military leader, both now united in the same illegal scheme and misrule.

Fiji Village News - 24 February 2010

Prime Minister and Minister for the Public Service Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama is directing all Ministries and Departments to re-introduce and strengthen their flexi-hours at lunch time to cater for customers and members of the public.

Commodore Bainimarama said the need for consideration to be given by the various Ministries to customers related services is high priority for Government.

While speaking to civil servants during his visit to the PSC Headquarters this afternoon, Bainimarama also stressed that it is time that every civil servant in the country get out of their comfort zone and serve the public.

Commodore Bainimarama said following his tour of the Western Division he has noted that service delivery is an issue that needs to be dealt with immediately.

He also told the civil servants that they should never say no to any member of the public.

Meanwhile, Permanent Secretary for PSC Parmesh Chand said the Government Information Referral Centre is open from 8am to 4:30pm everyday and it is now also open on Saturdays from 8am to 1pm, and extends to 2:30pm or 4pm if there is a Cruise Ship bringing in tourists to the capital city.

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