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PSC encourages civil servants

Wednesday 26 July 2017 | Written by Rashneel Kumar | Published in Local

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Office of the Public Service Commissioner says they continually encourage civil servants to attend important national events. Last year, Deputy Prime Minister Teariki Heather was disappointed with the turnout of the civil servants at the Constitution Day and suggested their attendance to events of national importance should be made compulsory.

Office of the Public Service Commissioner says they continually encourage civil servants to attend important national events. Last year, Deputy Prime Minister Teariki Heather was disappointed with the turnout of the civil servants at the Constitution Day and suggested their attendance to events of national importance should be made compulsory.


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