HR practitioners undergo advocacy and investigative skills training
July 20, 2019 5:30 pm
Efforts are now being put in place to further enhance the employee relations, advocacy and investigative skills of human resource practitioners.
The Fiji Human Resources Institute in partnership with the Ministry of Justice has organized a workshop for HR practitioners on various employment-related issues.
Magistrate Andrew See who facilitated the workshop says the flow through effect is significant when the human resource practitioners have a better understanding of the law.
“If they have a better understanding of the law, if they have a better understanding of the day to day HR practices it will help them with their job and anything that helps HR will help business and will help the economy”
Fiji Human Resources Institute Executive Member Viliame Waqalaivi believes HR Practitioners need to be aware of the legislations when carrying out their duties.
“The purpose of the workshop, the objective really is to equip our members of the FHRI with the skills to be able to handle employment relations matters. It’s also giving them an opportunity, an insight into what the whole process is all about.”
More than sixty participants are part of this two-day workshop which ends tomorrow.