PNG Ports asks graduates to be ethical, practical

PNG Ports Corporation Limited (PNG Ports) has challenged its graduates to be ethical, practical and perform to lift standards.

During the recent graduation of last year’s six intakes under the PNG Ports Graduate Development Program (GDP), the graduates, who will now work with PNG Ports after completing 18 months of the Program, were told to be different in order to make a difference.

Managing Director of PNG Ports, Mr Stanley Alphonse told the graduates to have an open perspective of things and be willing to learn and be critical.

“Be open minded, maintain work ethics and lift your game at work. Try to bring in the difference that PNG Ports seeks,” he said.

“PNG Ports employs the best and the onus is now on you (graduates) to follow standards but do better to lift these standards as PNG Ports is a company that has been achieving milestones.”

“It is encouraging that we have employed young people of your caliber and with the future in mind, it is now your turn to make your mark for the company,” he added.

The GDP, run by the Human Capital Department, is part of the company’s mordernisation drive to recruit fresh graduates who will make up a younger generation of staff who will be trained for 18 months to lead and drive the organization into the future.

Mr Alphonse commended the successful running of the program as many staff members who came through the GDP were currently high performers.

The GDP was established to assist graduates to be developed as future managers and professional career employees with PNG Ports.

For more information on our GDP, visit our website www.pngports.com.pg

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