Cawaru reminds workers to set clear goals and uphold integrity

Cawaru reminds workers to set clear goals and uphold integrity

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Wednesday 23/11/2022
[Photo: Fijian Government]

29 Fijian workers, who will be leaving our shores this week for employment opportunities in Australia, were reminded to set clear goals, stay focused and perform their best so that Australian employers could return to Fiji for more job openings.

Speaking to the 29 workers during their farewell, the Permanent Secretary for Employment, Osea Cawaru, reminded them of their responsibilities and expected behaviours as Fiji’s representatives.

He says they have gone through the selection process, and they are now the brand Australia gets to see about Fiji.

Cawaru urged the workers to be good ambassadors, follow the law of the country they will be deployed to and exhaust the employment grievance procedure when the need arises.

He told the workers to uphold integrity at all times as a person with integrity behaves ethically and does the right thing, even when no one is looking at them.

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