The Liberia Services Corporation Incorporated (LSCI) has ended a one–day capacity building workshop for city parking attendants.
Making remarks at the training session over the weekend, LSCI General Manager, Leon Elliott, said the anticipation of the training was to additionally boost the knowledge of its employees on their daily communication with clients. The training, held over the weekend, brought together over 130 employees of LSCI in Monrovia. The LSCI contract was recently terminated by the Monrovia City Mayor, Flora Mgovo, on grounds that the deal had expired and all works were halted. The decision of the City Mayor was challenged at the court and judgment was handed down in the company’s favor. The LSCI is engaged in providing supervision of vehicles parking operations within the city center. Accordingly, the manager indicated further that the capacity building exercise was vital to his institution in order to refine the appearance, attitude and ability of his staff, something he referred to as the “Triple A” method”. He said the workshop was also geared towards boosting staffers’ focus on the improvement of their method on the job adding, “it will enhance their human relations with customers”. The manager who drilled employees on a modest dress code conduct stated that it was imperative to at all times be properly attired whenever an employee appears to represent the image of the entity. He asserted that the general public should now see reason to support the effort of the institution to fully cooperate with his staff to enable the country impact will the economy. Meanwhile, the cordial relationship existing between the Monrovia City Corporation (MCC) and the Liberia Services Corporation Incorporated (LSCI) has been rejuvenated as another agreement has been signed after some level of disagreement by MCC.