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'Power rangers' switch to team-building activity

Shayal Devi
Wednesday, May 14, 2014

COMMUNITY-BASED activities have been recognised as a good team building activity for the workers of Fiji Electricity Authority.

FEA's national control co-ordinator Eroni Cokanasiga said about 15 workers from Lautoka took part in a clean-up campaign on Saturday.

"All this is part of our quality circle program introduced to employees of FEA and this is done by the human resources division whereby we set up teams to improve the quality of our service and share ideas of how to improve our services," he said.

"Other companies also do it and this is part of our corporate social responsibility. We feel very happy giving back to the community at large and this is something that allows us to build capacity within our teams."

Named "Power Rangers", the team led by Mr Cokanasiga, cleaned near the Viseisei bypass road. We were supported by the Bank of the South Pacific and they provided us with garbage bags, hand gloves and wristbands.

"We are also considering venturing into a green project where we will be planting on mass areas to beautify the community."

According to Mr Cokanasiga, this was the second year for FEA to take part in such an exercise.

"This is something that benefits FEA as a whole and we are looking forward to help the community further."





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