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Key recommendations of studies on Domestic Violence and Gender Audit examined

Key recommendations of studies on Domestic Violence and Gender Audit examined
Date:May 25, 2018|Domain:Civil Service--Gender

GIS – 25 May, 2018: ‘ The Civil service in Mauritius has a gender sensitive institutional culture in general and there appears to be a deep personal, institutional and political commitment to achieve gender equality at all levels in the Civil servic


Public Service Excellence Award 2017 to focus on creativity and innovation

Public Service Excellence Award 2017 to focus on creativity and innovation
Date:May 22, 2018|Domain:Civil Service

GIS - 22 May, 2018: The Ministry of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms will launch the Public Service Excellence Award (PSEA) Edition 2017 in June 2018. The theme for this eleventh edition is "Fostering creativity and innovation to better


Road Safety Campaign: Civil Service Ministry to organise several activities

Road Safety Campaign: Civil Service Ministry to organise several activities
Date:May 16, 2018|Domain:Civil Service--Law and Order

GIS – 16 May, 2018: The Ministry of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms will organise a series of activities in the context of the National Road Safety Campaign.  Four initiatives have been worked out to coincide with the UN Global Road Safety


HR Managers trained on Strategic Human Resource Management

HR Managers trained on Strategic Human Resource Management
Date:May 15, 2018|Domain:Civil Service

GIS – 15 May, 2018: A three-day executive course on “Creating high performance organisations through strategic human resource management” meant for Human Resource (HR) managers kicked off yesterday at the Voila Hotel in Bagatelle. Some 30 HR manage


Pay Research Bureau will not be replaced by a new institution or commission, says Prime Minister

Pay Research Bureau will not be replaced by a new institution or commission, says Prime Minister
Date:May 09, 2018|Domain:Civil Service--Employment/Labour

GIS – 09 May 2018: Government does not envisage the replacement of the Pay Research Bureau (PRB) by a new institution or commission. This reply was given by the Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, External Communications and National Develop


Prime Minister urges police officers to perform their duty with integrity

Prime Minister urges police officers to perform their duty with integrity
Date:May 07, 2018|Domain:Employment/Labour--Law and Order--Civil Service

GIS – 07 May 2018: Trainee police constables, representing the future of the Mauritius Police Force, should always be driven by core principles such as professionalism, loyalty, hard work and integrity towards the population without any involvement


Minister Boissézon: Integrity is crucial for a modern and efficient public service

Minister Boissézon: Integrity is crucial for a modern and efficient public service
Date:May 03, 2018|Domain:Education & Training--Civil Service--Law and Order

GIS – 03 May 2018: High standards of integrity are crucial to a modern and efficient public service to meet the ever increasing expectations of the population. Hence, providing the right ethical stance and guidance to public officers is imperative t


Gender Caucus: National Assembly Speaker elaborates on findings and recommendations of two reports

Gender Caucus: National Assembly Speaker elaborates on findings and recommendations of two reports
Date:April 18, 2018|Domain:Gender--Civil Service

GIS – 18 April, 2018: The key findings and recommendations of two reports issued by the Gender Caucus following studies carried out on Sociological Profiling of Perpetrators of Domestic Violence and Gender Audit in the Civil Service respectively wer


Two grand winners for Public Service Excellence Award 2016

Two grand winners for Public Service Excellence Award 2016
Date:December 01, 2017|Domain:Civil Service

GIS – 01 December, 2017: The Public Service Excellence Award (PSEA) 2016 has exceptionally two grand winners, namely: Sir Leckraz Teelock State Secondary School and La Tour Koenig Police station. Both institutions received a cash prize of Rs100 000


Civil servants should contribute to the progress of the country, says Minister Boissézon

Civil servants should contribute to the progress of the country, says Minister Boissézon
Date:November 20, 2017|Domain:Civil Service

GIS  - 20 November, 2017: Civil servants are vested with the duty of contributing to the national wealth of the country in the performance of their duties. This endeavour in turn translates into Government’s core mission of keeping up the dynamic de