Lagos State trains civil servants on decision making
Determined to have quality leadership in the state that would make positive decisions that will affect lives of its citizens, Lagos State government has trained senior civil servants in high impact decision making process.
'Information management catalyst to driving government goals'
Lagos State government has charged top civil servants to ensure proper dissemination and management of information to the public.The government said this was necessary to place government in the right perspective.
LASG tasks workers to explore tech tools in driving citizens’ expectations
Ambode, who was represented by the Commissioner for Establishments, Training and Pensions, Dr. Benson Oke, noted that many authorities saddled with legacy systems that were no longer fit for purpose, were today struggling to take advantage of modern technology....
Lagos State government targets third world economy position
In an effort to drive state economy from being the fifth to the third largest economy in the world, the Lagos State government has charged civil servants to maximise efficiency that would allow them achieve organisational goal across the state.
‘Industrial harmony key to seamless service delivery’
Lagos State government has reiterated the need for industrial harmony with its workers, as it is key to effective service delivery and driving the state’s economy.
‘Proactive counselling can boost productivity, efficiency’
Lagos State Government has claimed that counselling members of the workforce could help scale up productivity among the civil service and aid service delivery in the state.The governor, Governor, Akinwunmi, who spoke at a two-day seminar, with the theme: “Human Resources Counselling in the Workplace
Lagos goverment charges civil servants on boosting economy
The Lagos State Government has charged its civil servants to acquire commercial skills that would enable them cope with international best practices to enhance market driven economy.
Lagos State Government remits N78.59bn into Workers’ RSA’
About 10 Pension Fund Administrators (PFAs) as at the end of the first quarter in March, received N78.593billion into the Lagos State employees’ Retirees Savings Accounts (RSA).