An executive of the Liberia Electricity Corporation has emphasized that quality performances and meeting deliverables will be the hallmark of the entity.
The Deputy CEO for Planning, Joseph Mayah, stressed that distinction must be given to top performers during training exercises aimed at scaling the performances of employees and the LEC to new heights.
Mr. Mayah made the statement Wednesday, May 21, in Monrovia when 41 plant and substation engineers and technicians received certificates after completing phase one of an 18-month in-house training course.
The course focused on electric distribution design and planning, line construction as well as the basic requirements for setting up electric poles among others.
The Deputy CEO said that every staff will be evaluated based on the performances of the tasked assigned them and not time the number of hours they stayed on the job or reported for work.
He called on the honorees to exhibit the skills they have acquired in order to improve their standard and raise the profile of the LEC. He thanked the Canadian-based management team, Manitoba Hydro International for the training and called for more to sharpen the skills of the engineers and technicians.
Responding on behalf of the honorees, New Services Manager, Victor Gray reiterated that management must enforce the performance-based appraisal system so that top performers will receive the due recognition and reward they deserve.
Earlier, Human Resource Manager, FobayDorbor and his Deputy, Mrs. Jestina Dennis-Fofana said management stands ready to offer more capacity training programs to improve the skills of all employees.
They said with various electrification projects underway, management will train staff in various disciplines in order to handle the task.