BSP General Manager Human Resource Ms Hari Rabura presenting the K30,000 cheque to PNGHRI Deputy President, Mrs Naomi Kedea as BSP HR staff look on.
BSP General Manager Human Resource Ms Hari Rabura presenting the K30,000 cheque to PNGHRI Deputy President, Mrs Naomi Kedea as BSP HR staff look on.

Port Moresby, 11th May, 2017 | Bank South Pacific (BSP) believes in building a skilled workforce in the pacific, though capacity building, skills training, mentoring and supporting professional networking and development.

This year, BSP raised its hand as platinum sponsor and presented K30, 000 toward the PNG Human Resources Institute (PNGHRI) Annual National Conference.

The PNGHRI Annual National Conference is an opportunity for all HR Practitioners to share skills and knowledge to improve the management of people.  This year’s conference will see PNG and the South Pacific Region come together at the Crown Plaza Hotel, Port Moresby from the 16th to the 18th of May, 2017.

“I am pleased to say that, BSP recognises that Human Resource management is a key area of development for the country and BSP. Our continued sponsorship places emphasis on the organisation’s drive to invest in professional development.”

“We acknowledge that, with skilled HR Resources, people management is improved in an organisation, with increased productivity and a happy workforce that contributes meaningfully to the communities that we operate in,” said BSP General Manager Human Resources, Ms Hari Rabura.

PNGHRI Deputy President, Mrs Naomi Kedea was present to receive the sponsorship and thanked BSP for its generous support towards this year’s Annual National Conference.

The conference will be featuring the HR Report, PNG Successes and Innovative HR stories, People Practices and Initiatives – a report from international organisations; both the public and private sectors in PNG – Aligning peoples practice to organisation goals.

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