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The CNT recruited about 200 people within different departments. The appeal was heard and just recently the Bus Industry Union of Workers (UBIW) has loudly proclaimed that there was a lack of staff to the National Transport Company (NTC).
The union had requested the Government to recruit 500 drivers and 200 mechanics and recipients as soon as possible. Currently the national transport company is recruiting about two hundred people in different departments, according to our research and analysis.
Drivers, receivers, ‘ cleaners ‘ and security officers (gateman) will certainly address the shortage of manpower that the union continues to run down. The closing date for applications is 29 January. For Alain Kisnen, secretary of the UBIW, this approach is very welcome because it will fill a shortage of labor. With more effective and efficient worker, the company can better meet the expectations of the traveling public and provide more effective services. The offices of ‘ cleaner ‘ and security officer, previously as ‘ contract out’, will no longer be very soon.
The decision to recruit will benefit the CNT because it will not need to use sub contractors and this will improve the turnover of the company. These new recruits, says CNT interlocutor, must undergo training to learn about road trips and fares. In addition, he said, training is as essential considering the purchase of new buses to better serve the population.
UPDATE – We’re adding the contact info for NTC that can be reached at http://ntc.intnet.mu/about.htm
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