The network positioned to serve as a mechanism to support the development, implementation and coordination of policies, strategies, and plans for Human Resource Management, held its first meeting recently, following an official relaunch earlier this month.
More than 40 Senior Administrative Officers, Administrative Officers, and Human Resource Management Officers from 13 ministries and 12 non-ministerial departments attended the inaugural meeting of the Public Service Human Resource Officers’ Network (HRON).
Discussions centred on the finalisation of the Grenada Public Service Regularisation Strategic Framework, which, when implemented, will provide guidance to correct anomalies in the terms and conditions of engagement of workers using a 3-phase approach.
Once actioned, the policy will address the backlog of officers holding temporary or acting appointments, as the first step in the regularisation process.
Although led by the Department of Public Administration (DPA) in the Prime Minister’s Ministry, the reactivated HR Officers Network is a joint initiative between the Public Service Commission (PSC) and the DPA.
It is guided by the theme “Committed to Better Service through Partnership for Continuous Improvements.”
Prepared by C Aird, Department of Public Administration
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