Find Human Resources expertise in Fiji
Fiji has a 94% literacy rate and the vast majority of the country’s inhabitants speak English as their second language. As of 2009, Fiji’s work force was 330,000 strong with around 60% working in the agriculture either as part of the formal sector or in a subsistence capacity. The Ministry of Labour, Industrial Relations and Employment regulates labour law in the country while The Public Service Commission is the central human resources authority for Fiji’s Public Service. This commission trains civil servants and provides scholarships for underprivileged students. A work permit is granted to a foreigner holding professional and technical qualifications in fields where Fiji citizens are not available – this is done on a case by case basis.
|Human Resources organisations in Fiji|
|Fiji Human Resources Institute||