SIPA employees told to work together for mutual interest


ON Wednesday Solomon Islands Ports Authority employees who have attended a two-day workshop were told to work together for mutual interest.

This statement was addressed by Mr Chris Elphick of the Breadfruit consulting.

“We need to change our old habits to work together for our mutual interest, not our own positions and to change our habits and mindset towards each other because there is just one team at SIPA which includes all management, staff and union members,” he said.

Elphick said this process recognises the appropriate right of managers to manage and unions to represent their members but it focuses on win results

“Our goal should be for a productive organisation that produces excellent services which will increase profitability and therefore job security and create more jobs for Solomon Islands,” he said.

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