#header-inner img {margin: 0 auto !important; #header-inner {text-align: Center ;} Fiji Coupfourpointfive: Telecom HR Manager's contract not renewed

Monday, October 5, 2009

Telecom HR Manager's contract not renewed

Telecom Fiji Limited's Human Resources Manager Imo Sagoa's contract has not been renewed.

A statement issued by Telecom said Sagoa, Sharon Smith Johns and Ian Lyons contracts were not renewed as part of cost cutting measures by the company.

Sagoa recently spearheaded Telecom's decision to make redundant 177 employees as part of its cost cutting exercise.

Sharon Smith Johns was the general manager of internet provider Connect - a subsidiary of TFL while Lyons was general manager Retail Marketing.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Known colloquially as spearing yourself in the head - unique talent.

Anonymous said...

interesting the the other big teleco get's up to no good too..info below from the Commerce commissions statement released last week on their investigations into Vodafone Fiji

The Commission has reason to believe that Vodafone may have engaged in unfair and undesirable trade practices in the telecommunications sector during the period up to the Fijian launch of the new mobile operator, Digicel (Fiji) Limited, on 1 October 2008. Such practices appear to be continuing and, regardless, are impacting on consumers and competitors today.
The Commission is concerned that Vodafone may have prevented and – and may be continuing to prevent – Digicel from competing for a significant number of high usage users of telecommunications users in Fiji. Prior to the launch of Digicel on 1 October 2008 and during the time that Vodafone was a monopoly operator in Fiji, it appears that Vodafone locked certain high usage users into long term supply contracts, some of which were combined with significant penalties.