Serikandi Employment Policy
Serikandi is fully committed to provide an efficient and reliable service to all its clients.
The company’s basic approach in order to deliver service of high quality and standard involves the recruitment of highly trained and
qualified personnel. Once employed, the company expects them to remain with Serikandi for the rest of their career life. The following
are major points in Serikandi’s Employment policy.
Priority is given to the employment of suitable Bruneian Citizens who possess the right qualification and experience. Regional staff will only be recruited as contract basis, and provisions are made for the positions to be replaced once a suitable candidate is obtained.
Serikandi provides its employees with opportunities to progress. Training and courses are given to staff to encourage and motivate them to develop to more responsible position. TAP Bonus, profit-sharing scheme are some of the incentives offered to develop employee’s sense of belonging
Serikandi is a service – obtained business and expects its employees to possess a high degree of discipline, courtesy and show genuine interest to the Company’s customers
The most important obligation of Serikandi is the maintenance of safe operation coupled with the appreciation of the need to protect the health of the customers by providing good nutrition in conditions of absolute sanitation. Serikandi expects all employees to abide by rules and regulations governing the above HSE principles.
As part of the effort of the Government of His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam to facilitate the sustainable development of capabilities, competencies and competitiveness, Serikandi Group of Companies is participating to support the industry within Brunei by maintaining and promoting Bruneisation in the Corporate Group for an overall minimum of 70%, thus, providing job opportunity, job allocation and on the job training.
In order to do so, HR Department has to maintained regular channel of communication with all Government agencies to ensure that we adopt and comply
with the Local Law & Legislation.
EICF/ IBTE Program
The Department heads is responsible to maintain the local employment target for their respective department.
Priority for employment should be given to qualified Bruneian and Permanent Resident.
All employees are engaged under a written contract of employment specifying the position, the contract period, basic salary and other terms and
conditions as per Brunei Labour Law.