LASG ORGANISES TRAINING ON WORK ETHICS, EMPLOYEE WELLNESS FOR STAFF
The Office of the State Auditor-General, in collaboration with Messrs Mosabaaj Consultant, has organised a two-day training programme tagged, “Improvement of Work Ethics through the Employee Wellness” for members of staff.
In his address at the commencement of the training on Wednesday at the LCCI Conference and Exhibition Centre in Alausa, Ikeja, the Acting Auditor-General, Mr. Adewuyi Moshood Adewale reiterated the importance of continuous training and staff wellness to organisational productivity in both the public and private sector of the country.
Adewuyi said that having management staff and others mingle together during training will help improve their wellness and productivity as well as staff morale, adding that the workshop will also help to develop the State’s audit directorates to bridge the knowledge gap between the management and middle-level staff auditors.
He said, “If you look at the topic that we have chosen, it’s related to staff wellness retreat. It goes without saying that we need to train those who are coming behind”.
Victoria Ayo Daniel, a facilitator at the training who spoke on ‘Mental Health and Wellbeing’ revealed that stress response syndromes occur when a person develops emotional or behavioural symptoms in response to a stressful event or situation.
She advised the participants to pay more attention to their mental health issues, and to regularly check their blood pressure level to ascertain the actual state of their health and wellbeing.