The Junior Assistant Registrar at the Human Resources Division of the of the Registrar’s Office of the University of Energy and Natural Resources, Miss Yvonne Claire Dumenu, has admonished National Service Personnel to show good behaviour and respect to all manner of persons regardless of their rank. She said National Service Persons should have good human relations and be humble to learn from their supervisors at the office so as to earn them good recommendations at the end of their Service.
She was speaking at the orientation programme organised by the Human Resource Division for the National Service Persons posted to the various departments in UENR for the 2019/2020 academic year. The orientation programme was meant to familiarize them with the University and explain to them what was expected of them. Miss Dumenu added that undertaking National Service was an opportunity to exhibit the knowledge gained at school as well as learn the practical aspect in the world of work.
Presenting on the topic ‘The Role of the National Service Persons’ Miss Dumenu said as National Service Persons, regularity and punctuality at work should be their hallmark urging them to be hardworking and committed to their assigned duties. She encouraged the Service Persons not only to feel part of the University community but also be innovative, confidential and let their concerns be addressed through the right channels of communication in the University. Miss Dumenu mentioned to the Service Persons that there was the need to develop the spirit of teamwork at the workplace stating ‘if you want to walk fast, walk alone but if you want to walk far, walk in a group.
The Senior Assistant Registrar in charge of General Administration, Mr. Hayford Asare, who represented the Registrar encouraged the Service Persons to exhibit self-discipline and maturity in both social life and office work. He further challenged them to prove their worth as that will help them know and qualify for some of the many opportunities available in the University and elsewhere through recommendations by their superiors adding that they should let a good name be mentioned of them after their service to the University.