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iTaukei ministry launches uniform

By ANA MADIGIBULI
Monday, May 26, 2014

Update: 2:43PM MORE than 100 iTaukei Ministry staff will now wear their new corporate uniform that was launched at the ministrys building in Suva today.

Ministry permanent secretary Savenaca Kaunisela said the new uniform must be won at all times with pride and respect.

Our uniform will be worthless if we do not demonstrate our professions work ethics at all times, he said.

Wearing uniform is one thing and performance is another and I hope we will be mindful that these two will always be the central point and we need to ensure they are embraced by all.

Other ministries are also wearing uniforms and I believe we are part of the team working towards building a more professional civil service outlook.

 








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