BSP named “2016 Best Private Sector Employer Award” from PNGHRI

  • BSP General Manager Human Resource, Ms Hari Rabura receiving the 2016 Best Private Sector Employer Award on behalf of BSP from PNGHRI Deputy President, Mrs Naomi Kedea as Prime Minister, Mr Peter O’Neill and other members of the PNGHRI look on.

    Port Moresby May, 17th 2017 | Bank of South Pacific (BSP) on Tuesday 16th May,  received special recognition for the “2016 Best Private Sector Employer Award” from the Papua New Guinea Human Resource Institute (PNGHRI).

    The award has stringent criteria including Leadership, Strategic HR Focus, Continuous Improvement in Training and Development, Business Results and Corporate Social Responsibility. BSP has been awarded this prestigious award for the 4th consecutive year.

    The awards recognise the growing significant role of human resource profession in all kinds of organisations like business, industry, public service, Non-Profit and Non-Government Organisations.

    BSP General Manager Human Resources, Hari Rabura, when receiving the award thanked PNGHRI for the recognition and said the bank was proud to receive this prestigious award, which is based on best HR practices and industrial relations.

    She acknowledged the support of a strong and vibrant Board and Executive Management team who believe in building skilled Papua New Guineans.

    Posing with the 2016 Best Private Sector Employer Award (From Left) are BSP HR Staff, Mr Ray Baloiloi, Ms Sandie Gwale, Mr Alex Rogea, BSP General Manager human Resource Ms Hari Rabura, Mr Daniel Pondikou and Mr Christopher Gau.

    Ms Rabura explained that over the last several years, BSP has transformed itself into a modern, innovative and technology driven bank and is now focused on improving its sales and service capabilities and in order to achieve this, the bank is investing more into its greatest asset – its human resources.

    BSP has over 4000+ employees spread across Papua New Guinea and the Pacific with a strong education, training, graduate and leadership development program, among others.

    The bank has invested heavily in succession programs to develop Papua New Guinean staff that will become BSP’s next generation of senior and executive managers and leaders.

    “This is the level of commitment BSP has in developing our human resources. As the leading bank in PNG and the South Pacific, we strive religiously to ensure that what we do is aligned to best HR practices and industrial relations,” Ms Rabura added.

    PNGHRI President, Jerry Wemin in congratulating BSP says this award encourages all other organisations to emulate the practices of BSP as a role model organisation in the Private Sector.



    BSP General Manager Human Resource, Ms Hari Rabura with Deputy President for PNGHRI, Mrs Naomi Kedea and Prime Minister, Mr Peter O’Neill after receiving her ‘Fellow Award’ from PNGHRI for her commitment and long service towards Human Resource in PNG.

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