Cabinet lifts suspension of MCIL CEO and Acting ACEO

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Cabinet has “lifted” the suspension of MCIL CEO and ACEO however they have been warned, “to be more vigilant and proactive in the performance of their duties and responsibilities.”

This was confirmed in a statement issued following the completion of the Public Service Commission investigation report on a matter relating to seasonal workers’ travels, which led to the suspension of Chief Executive Officer – Pulotu Lyndon Chu Ling, and Acting ACEO for the Labour Export and Employment Programme (LEEP) Division – Tofilau Matthew Tofilau last month.

Cabinet at its meeting this week considered the report and subsequently approved the recommendations from the Public Service Commission; to lift the suspension of Chief Executive Officer – Pulotu Lyndon Chu Ling and Acting
ACEO of the LEEP Division – Tofilau Matthew Tofilau, and they can return to the Ministry to resume their official duties and responsibilities.

“To issue stern warnings to Pulotu and Tofilau, pursuant to relevant provisions of the Public Service Act 2004, to be more vigilant and proactive in the performance of their duties and responsibilities. “That the PSC implements other matters relating to the investigation in compliance with the Public Service Act 2004.

“That the MCIL strengthens strict compliance with government policy requirements and internal control measures, to effectively manage staff performance and all operations of the Ministry’s LEEP Division.”