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FEA encourages team bonding through sports

Ropate Valemei
Sunday, December 09, 2012

THE Fiji Electricity Authority recognises the value of getting together as a vehicle for employee development.

FEA chief executive officer Hasmukh Patel told his employees during the corporate fun and staff recognition day at the Suva Grammar School grounds yesterday the challenges were great and so was the commitment to find solutions.

"Beyond the obvious sports and get-together it will teach us much about life. It will teach us about team work, it will teach us how to get along with others, and it will teach us to work together to achieve a common goal," Mr Patel said.

He told his employees that sports and physical activities brought great benefits to their workplace through improved health.

He said the get-together was an excellent way of bringing people together in a relaxed environment that would build lasting networks and friendships across the organisation.

About 20 people who worked for more than 30 years were also recognised.





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