Airport denied permit for new HR boss

| 24/09/2013

(CNS Business): Following the public controversy over the decision of the Cayman Islands Airports Authority to appoint an ex-pat to the post of chief human resource officer, the acting director confirmed that the work-permit application has been denied. Jan Peters, the former head of HR at the Department of Tourism wasawarded the post following a recruitment and interview process in which she was the only non-Caymanian shortlisted.  Although there were several local human resource specialists who appeared to be qualified, because of Peters' experience and the work she had done at the DoT solving their HR problems, she was identified as the best person for the job. Read more on CNS Business

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