What is Public Service induction?
Public Service Induction is a mandatory process that new employees in the public service sector go through to familiarize themselves with the values, principles, policies and procedures that guide the work of the public service. It aims to ensure that all employees have a common understanding of their roles and responsibilities and are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to deliver effective and efficient services to the public. The induction may include training sessions, presentations, and interactive workshops.
Why is this important?
Because it gives PNG personnel a general understanding of the government’s principles, culture, and policies, public service induction is crucial. This aids new hires in comprehending their position, duties, and the ways in which their services inside their particular organizations might benefit Papua New Guinea. Additionally, induction fosters a sense of belonging and support for workers in their new workplace, which can enhance performance, retention, and job satisfaction. A well-designed induction program can also assist firms in making sure that staff members are informed of pertinent laws, rules, and procedures and follow them.
Pacific Institute of Leadership and Governance is the only institute in Papua New Guinea to provide this quick training that qualifies and certifies current and former public servant employees as public servants of the PNG Government.
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