The management of Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria, FRCN, Lagos Operations and members of staff have brainstormed on ways to tackle challenges facing the organisation with a view to drive the vision of the new leadership of the organisation. At an interactive session in Lagos, between the Director General of FRCN, Dr Mansur Liman and members of staff of Lagos Operations, ideas and suggestions were offered to make the oganisation more relevant in the competitive broadcast industry.
The no holds barred discussion began started between the Director General staff on grade level 01 to 07 during which he received different views on the challenges facing the workers as well as possible solutions.
The personnel advocated improvement in salary, promotion related issues, improved shift and other allowances training and retraining as well as unpaid backlog of salary arrears of some staff since the introduction of IPPIS by the federal government and the need to equip the staff clinic with necessary drugs and other facilities.
After receiving complaints from the lower cadre of personnel, the Director General had separate sessions with the middle cadre officers from grade level 08 to 12 and those on level 13 to 15 also on issues affecting them in the discharge of their duties.
Dr. Liman who emphasised professionalism, creativity, credibility charged the workers to uphold regular good communication and mutual respect between lower and upper cadres of staff saying that these were necessary ingredients for the attainment of the goals of the organization.
The FRCN boss later met with the General Managers in charge of Radio One, Metro FM and Bond FM before meeting with members of the Committee of Management of the Lagos office of the corporation.
Commenting on the exercise, the Acting Director of the Lagos Operations of FRCN, Prince Adeyinka Amosu said that the visit of the DG would serve the best interest of Lagos Operations and reposition the corporation for better output.