By The COAST Reporter
The institute of Human resource management through its national chairman has called on the government to improve performance in the public sector.
Speaking to journalist in Mombasa on Wednesday during an official launch of HR leaders’ boot camp Elijah Sitima the national chairperson of the Institute said the government has enacted human resource development policies that aims at improving public performance.
He said of late the government has the best HR ever and therefore Kenyan citizens expect the best of their performance.
“There is HR development policies set out by the government whose aim is to improve performance in the public sector. He said
The national official however indicated that there is still an opportunity for the public sector to improve on the performance of its workers.
The official noted that both the public and the private sector jointly share the HR practices for the outright benefit of Kenyans.
“There is an opportunity to improve on the performance of its workers (government).” He noted
He insisted that stakeholders in both the private and public sector aim at offering relevant skills and training that ensures high and quality performance in their organizations.
“Both the sectors private and public aim at offering relevant skills and competencies for quality performance.” He stated
At the same time Kris Senanu Managing Director Enterprise Telkom Kenya said it is the role of organizations to hire the personnel with the relevant technical experience to run its affairs.
“Organizations should get technically experienced personnel to run its affairs.” He said
He noted that tertiary institutions play a significant role throughout the country by providing actual professional HR personnel.
The official pin pointed that every employer requires skilled manpower that will positively drive the organization to higher levels of performance.
“Tertiary institutions play a leading role in ensuring that professional personnel are recruited.” He explained
The Human resource boot camp dubbed from HR to CEO brought together nearly 200 participants from both the public and private sector.