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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Tuesday, October 15, 2013
• Duties consist of functions involving close interaction with foreign Visitors
and fellow citizens who are departing and arriving on flights. Physical and
Electronic Screening of passengers, Travel documents, baggage and
• Controlling and monitoring access to restricted areas including Aircraft.
• Intercepting of prohibited items and substances.
• Report Writing and investigations.
• Above the age of 25 years
NOTE WELL THAT THE FOLLOWING IS APPLICABLE TO ALL OF
THE ABOVE POSITIONS
• Shift work system - Morning, Evening to night and Overnight Minimum of
two days off per week.
• Attendance incentives monthly as well as an annual attendance and
All interesting applicants are required to submit their application to:
The Human Resource Department
P.O. Box 558, Wrightson Road, Port of Spain
E-mail to email@example.com
Deadline for submission-October 30th 2013
Remember, every organisation pays
its employees for their hard work and
efficiency. Individuals need to achieve
the assigned targets within the desired
time frame. It is essential for employ-
ees to meet deadlines and deliver
results on time.
Why would an organisation pro-
mote you if you do not accomplish
tasks within the desired time frame?
Employees need to be efficient and
proactive for better productivity.
Employees need to get their work
done on time to expect timely
appraisals and appreciation from not
only managers but also external
Delaying work leads to no solution.
One needs to adopt a systematic
approach to be efficient at workplace.
Do not start a new task unless and
until you are through with your pre-
vious assignments. Employees tend
to be efficient when they take their
work seriously and do not treat it as
a mere source of burden.
Your motive in life should be very
clear. Why do you come to work? Ask
Is it only for money?
Or is it to grow professionally and
make a mark of your own?
If you attend office just to receive
your monthly pay check, think again!
Who asks you to sit in office till
late? Finish your work on time, go
home and enjoy with your friends
and family. Sitting late in office does
not prove that you are a diligent
employee but indicates that you have
poor time management skills and
absolutely unorganised and inefficient.
Your organisation is not paying you
for loitering around and gossiping
with fellow workers. Interaction
among employees is essential but
make sure you finish your assign-
ments on time. Organise your work-
station. Get rid of things you no
longer need. Keep important docu-
ments in a proper folder so that you
do not waste time in unnecessary
searching. Stay organised and get rid
Do not waste your time chatting
with friends and family over phone,
on social networking sites, playing
games on computer and so on.
Prioritise your work and adopt a
step by step approach. Important and
urgent tasks should be finished first.
Adopt a focussed approach at work.
Focusing on the most important thing
increases your efficiency. Being effi-
cient does not mean that you accom-
plish more work in less time, ignoring
the quality of work.
Never compromise on quality.
Employees need to concentrate on
work not only to deliver results on
time but also yield high quality out-
put. An employee is said to be effi-
cient only when he accomplishes
assigned tasks on time, with mini-
mum errors. You need to produce
quality work in minimum possible
Do not work alone. Prefer working
in teams where each team member
contributes his/her level best to
achieve targets within the stipulated
Managers ought to delegate work
as per specialisation, educational
qualification, past experience and
interest levels of employees. This way
people tend to enjoy their work and
help their organisation outshine its
Give yourself a deadline and strive
hard to finish your work on or before
time. Give yourself a pat on your back
whenever you meet deadlines and
accomplish work on time.
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