PAD Temporarily Relocated

Sharon Austin Ministry News

The public is advised that with effect from Monday, September 17, the Personnel Administration Division will be temporarily relocated to Maxwelton, Collymore Rock, St. Michael. Members of the public are further advised that the Customer Service Department may also be accessed from this location. The Personnel Administration Division has expressed thanks to members of the public for their patience and …

Update On Personnel Administration Division

Sharon Austin Top Stories

The public is advised that the Personnel Administration Division, located at the E. Humphrey Walcott Building, Collymore Rock, St. Michael, remains closed until further notice, in order to complete ongoing remedial work on the building. Some members of staff have been temporarily accommodated in other locations to ensure continuity in the critical areas of the operations of the department. However, …

Closure Of PAD’s Customer Service Section

Eyvette McClean Ministry News

The public is advised that the Customer Service Section of the Personnel Administration Division, located on the First Floor of the Humphrey Walcott Building, Corner of Culloden Road and Collymore Rock, St. Michael, is closed until further notice. Any inconvenience caused by this closure is regretted. eyvette.mcclean@barbados.gov.bb See also: READ MORE PAD Temporarily Relocated anemptytextlline READ MORE Update On Personnel …

Closure Of Personnel Administration Division

bgis Ministry News

The Personnel Administration Division, located at the E. Humphrey Walcott Building, Collymore Rock, St. Michael, continues to experience some environmental concerns, which are being investigated by the relevant authorities. The Division is therefore closed to the public, and will re-open on Tuesday, August 7. Any inconvenience caused by this closure is regretted. Personnel Administration Division See also: READ MORE Cashier …

E. Humphrey Walcott Building Closed Temporarily

Sharon Lynch Ministry News

The public is asked to note that due to an environmental problem, the E. Humphrey Walcott Building, corner Culloden Road and Collymore Rock, St. Michael, will be closed tomorrow, Friday, July 20. Departments housed in the building, namely the Personnel Administration Division, the Ministry of the Civil Service and the Unemployment Section of the National Insurance Department (NIS), will therefore …

Over 660 Public Service Appointments

Sharon Austin Top Stories

Over 660 temporary workers have been appointed to the Public Service of Barbados within the past six months and more than 300 appointments are expected to follow shortly. This disclosure has come from Chief Personnel Officer at the Personnel Administration Division, Gail Atkins. According to Ms. Atkins, the appointments were a work in progress. “We are in the process of …

Recent Study Suggests One Central Ministry

Sharon Austin Top Stories

A recent European Union (EU) funded-study has suggested that the Ministry of the Civil Service, the Personnel Administration Division and the Training Administration Division should be brought together under one central Ministry, with responsibility for human resource management and development. This disclosure came today from Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Civil Service, Alyson Forte, who said the EU’s suggestion …

Productivity Initiatives To Be Discussed Soon

Sharon Austin Ministry News

A number of private and public sector officials will soon get an opportunity to learn more about several Government initiatives which are seen as enhancers to productivity in the public service. These initiatives will be discussed next Thursday, March 1, when the Ministry of the Civil Service hosts Day Four of the Week of Excellence 2018, which will be held …

Government To Benefit From CMS

Sharon Austin Ministry News

Government’s recently launched Correspondence Management System (CMS) represents a major public sector reform initiative which will prove beneficial for years to come. This view was expressed by Chief Personnel Officer Gail Atkins recently, when she spoke at the launch of the Personnel Administration Division’s CMS, which will move that department from its current paper intensive modus to a digital-based environment. …

Government Pushing Digital Technology

Sharon Austin Top Stories

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has expressed Government’s commitment to using digital technology to transform the Public Service. According to Mr. Stuart, use of the technology would achieve the efficient and effective delivery of government services and promote greater citizen participation at all levels of development. He expressed this view today while speaking at the launch of the Personnel Administration Division’s …