APS FATICK : LE PRÉSIDENT DE LA CEDA DÉCÈDE D’UN MALAISE LORS DE LA FINALE DE LA CAN APS MONDIAL U19 : UN BILAN POSITIF MALGRÉ LA 15ÈME PLACE DES LIONCEAUX (ENTRAINEUR) APS UEMOA : L’ACTIVITÉ DANS LES BTP S’EST DÉGRADÉE EN AVRIL (PUBLICATION BCEAO) MAP Guelmim: Début de la 9ème édition du Festival de la semaine du dromadaire MAP Côte d’Ivoire : 26,3 M€ alloués à la gratuité des soins MAP Mercato : l’Ivoirien Jean-Michaël Seri prêté à Galatasaray GNA Three billion cedis road infrastructure projects to start nationwide GNA Group to check misuse of drugs in Sabon Zongo formed APS MACKY SALL ANNONCE LE VERSEMENT D’UNE PRIME DE 20 MILLIONS AUX LIONS APS MACKY SALL : « TRAVAILLONS POUR REMPORTER LA CAN DANS 2 ANS »

Hard work wins three bedroom house for worker


  6 Janvier      60        Economie (24417), Entreprises (1271),

   

Accra, Jan. 06, GNA – Robert Gbetsi, a Supervisor at the Thywill Business and Investment Consultancy Limited (TBICL) has been given keys to a three-bedroom apartment for emerging as the overall best worker for the Company in 2015.

Gbetsi, who has worked for the Company for eight years, was described as « loyal, achiever and a team player ».

Three other workers, Faphet rpt Faphet Foe, Gabriel Atsu and Innocent Dzokoto took home double door deep freezer, gas cooker and home theatre respectively for their contributions to the Company.

The honours were to mark the Company’s 10th anniversary and inspire others to work hard.

Mr Christopher Foe, Chief Executive Officer of TBICL, attributed the Company’s success in the past 10 years to contributions from workers.

He said having attained international recognition with well executed projects, TBICL was bracing up for global challenge in 2016.
Mr Foe said the Company would by March this year introduce gas concrete technology into the building industry to bring « real pro-poor » housing to the people.

He said with that technology, an average worker with net salary of 1,000 Ghana Cedis could afford a house and pay in ten years.

Mr Foe said his Company already had raw materials for the project and called for support from government.

He said the technology, from Ukraine and Russia saves building materials and cost, eliminates air-condition and cracks.
GNA
WIL/ABD/DA

Dans la même catégorie