SIPA kicks off effective workplace partnership workshop


SOLOMON Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) underwent a two-day workshop at the Heritage Park Hotel for its workforce based on various aspects with regards to their employment.

The workshop was organised to enhance and broadens the SIPA workforce understanding of various aspects of industrial relationships between management and employees, connecting of efforts towards harmonious relationship, trust and confidence in the organization.

SIPA board secretary Charles Ashely on behalf of the board said the workshop is timely and crucial for strengthening of partnership between the employers (SIPA) and its employees.

He said an effective partnership is crucial hence both the employer and the employees need to work together as a team to achieve the common set and visions mandated.

Staff training/development policy manager cooperate service of SIPA James Gerea said “The significance of having an effective workplace partnership between management and employees is very crucial for the organization, the employees, our stakeholders and nation at lager.

“As an organisation we have our own issues and problems .However no problem is too big to solve. We can solve whatever is our problem are.

“At the end of the day what matters is for us to work together as a team to achieve our goals and realised our visions and mission as a hub port of pacific and port of choice,” he said.

The workshop commenced on Wednesday and will be concluded today with a theme of Building and effective workplace partnership.

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