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Ten branch man­agers of RC Manubhai Group of Com­pa­nies were awarded with top lead­er­ship awards at the Group’s 2016 Awards Night on Satur­day evening at Xavier Col­lege in Ba. The cer­e­mony was of­fi­ci­ated by the At­tor­ney-Gen­eral and Econ­omy Min­is­ter Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum who thanked the RC Manubhai for recog­nis­ing the ef­forts of their staff which would fur­ther en­cour­age them. The man­agers each re­ceived a tro­phy and a week­end fam­ily get­away to one of the finest Fi­jian re­sorts. The RC Manubhai Group of Com­pa­nies Hu­man Re­sources man­ager, Amisha Vaghela said the ef­fort was in line with what the At­tor­ney Gen­eral re­it­er­ated at the CPA con­fer­ence last week. “Since we are here to wit­ness the credit that our com­pany has for our hard­work­ing staff, I would like to high­light that,” Ms Vaghela said. “We the se­nior man­age­ment team were at­tend­ing CPA con­fer­ence which was held at ShangriLa in which the AG in his mo­ti­va­tional speech, en­cour­aged busi­ness own­ers and man­agers to recog­nise per­for­mances to achieve high­est pro­duc­tiv­ity. “There­fore, RCM is proud to show that our com­pany has made this at­tempt to recog­nise achieve­ments so that we can up­lift our em­ploy­ees’ pro­duc­tiv­ity.” In his speech, Mr Sayed-Khaiyum said the Govern­ment be­lieved and recog­nised that if all did their part in their fam­i­lies, homes, work places, so­ci­ety and in our coun­try then there is enor­mous po­ten­tial that Fiji can ac­tu­ally re­alise. “The vi­sion that Fi­jian Govern­ment has is that ev­ery sin­gle Fi­jian must be given the op­por­tu­nity to do as well as they can. That is why ed­u­ca­tion is free.” The RC Manubhai Group of Com­pa­nies man­ag­ing di­rec­tor, Di­nesh Pa­tel, said the suc­cess and growth of his or­gan­i­sa­tion has been due to two very im­por­tant things which in­cluded, firstly the solid foun­da­tion that was laid for his fam­ily to build upon by their fore­fa­thers.

Se­condly, he said: “The pil­lar of strength that each one of you (em­ploy­ees) col­lec­tively pro­vided us over the years and it is only through your hard work ded­i­ca­tion and com­mit­ment that our or­gan­i­sa­tion has gone this far and con­tinue to progress in fu­ture.” He chal­lenged all those who have missed out this year to be fo­cused, hon­est and com­mit­ted in what­ever they did.

“The ex­tra ef­fort you put in to your work will surely give you re­wards in fu­ture.” A to­tal of 38 staff were awarded for their hard work and ded­i­ca­tion to the or­gan­i­sa­tion.

One of the re­cip­i­ents of the top lead­er­ship award and the RC Manubhai, Ba shop man­ager, Avi­nesh Lal said the idea of re­ward­ing em­ploy­ees was a good one which proved strong on both ends.

“I started off last year in March and since then have no­ticed the em­ployer’s ded­i­ca­tion to­wards em­ploy­ees and their com­mit­ment in giv­ing ev­ery new per­son a chance to prove their abil­i­ties. Our staffs have been do­ing very well,” Mr Lal said . Lead­er­ship Awards in­clude the recog­ni­tion of the hard work of each one, a tro­phy plus a week­end get­away (with fam­ily/one night) and get­away to one of the re­sorts.


The At­tor­ney-Gen­eral and Econ­omy Min­is­ter Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum with staff of RC Manubhai at the RC Manubhai 2016 Awards Night at Xavier Col­lege in Ba.

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