By Funmi Komolafe
MOBIL Oil Nigeria (MON) Plc, has said its greatest asset remains it employees and that the long-term success of MON depends on coaching, mentoring and developing employees to attain their full potential.
At its 31st Annual General Meeting (AGM), Chairman/Managing Director of MON, Mr. Mr. Adetunji Oyebanji,Â lauded former staff of the company who left because of the organizational renewal programme of the company which took place between 2007 and 2008, saying they also contributed to the success of the company.
He said: â€œ You will recall that in 2007 we embarked on a major organizational renewal program in the company. This involved a major restructuring exercise which was finally completed in November 2008. The result is a much leaner and competitive organization well positioned to deliver superior results.
We thank our employees affected by the program for their numerous contributions over the years. Payments under the program are included in the exceptional items reported in the results.
Our focus has shifted to identifying, training and developing future leaders for MON. Employees remain our most valuable asset and investing in them reinforces our competitive advantage. The long-term success of MON depends on coaching, mentoring and developing employees to attain their full potential. We are proud of the work being done by our current employees, leveraging technology to deliver industry leading results.â€
Campaigns: NLC, civil society get commendation
LABOUR and Civil Society Coalition (LASCO), has been commended for its campaigns against perceived anti-people policies of government.
Participants at a one-day talk-shop on the nationâ€™s 10 years of democracy, held in Kaduna, Kaduna State, said such campaigns must be encouraged if the nation wants to deepen the democratic process
Organised by the National Union of Textile, Garment and Tailoring Workers of Nigeria (NUTGTWN), the participants which included labour leaders, political parties, civil society groups and religious leaders lauded the â€œeffort of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and civil society organisations for leading series of campaigns againstÂ obnoxious government policies namely; deregulation of downstream oil operation, increase in prices of petroleum products, privatisation and the call for credible electoral reform etc.Â This kind of enterprise must be encouraged if we want to deepen the democratic process.â€
WAGE: TUC tasks govt
TRADE Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC), has called on the federal government to immediately put in place all necessities for the inauguration and commencement of work by the tripartite committee to negotiate on the labour demand for N52,200 Minimum wage, lamenting that the inflationary trend in the country has eroded the disposable income of the average Nigerian worker.
TUC in a communique at the end of its National Executive Council (NEC) Meeting in Benin City, Edo State, issued by its President-General and Secretary-General, Comrade Peter Esele and Chief John Kolawole respectively, said: â€œ NEC-in-Session observes with deep concern that inflationary trend has eroded the disposable income of the average Nigerian worker. Therefore we are calling forÂ the inauguration of a tripartite committeeÂ ofÂ Organized Labour, Government and Employers for negotiations to commence.â€
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