Knowing that there is a long waiting list for Whanau Ora, Anaseini had asked to be removed as a customer now that she is earning a bit more thanks to Pay Equity.
My day starts with a coffee to be able to do a lot of decision making independently to ensure services are provided efficiently to accommodate customers in the community with the most professional, trained worker. No two days are the same My grandparents are my inspiration in life! They remind me to never forget where […]
This honour follows other accolades including receiving a Fellowship Award from Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) in 2015, a New Zealand of the Year Local Hero Award in 2016, and being chosen as the Linden Estate Business Leader of the Year in Hawke’s Bay in 2017.
“Metua has connected me to friends old and new! My wife encourages me to go to Metua because it’s good for me..”
Guided by his mantra “see, touch, feel, hear, taste”, PFL took the minister on a journey through providers and customers of the Whanau Ora programme.
A keen learner, Susana took up driving lessons at the age of fifty. In her seventies, she and Liusuavai attending English classes at Te Wanaga O Aotearoa in Mangere, just as a ‘fun’ class to brush up on their English.
“Sharna has always gone above and beyond for her customers. She is an advocate for Health & Safety out on the field. Her passion for the work she does and it shows in her performance every time”. says her Coordinators Sharna Tatana, our Employee of the Month for April shares a little about herself
For thirty-four-year old Cinderella and thirty-six-year old Viliame Tatafu, Whanau Ora was that support needed to realise the value of setting goals and the satisfaction of achieving them.
Interviewing our employees of the month is always so refreshing. Getting a little bit of insight into the people that makes delivering service to our community possible. This month we get a snippet of the life of a very passionate, Hapa Ofanoa and understand why he loves the work he does.
Prior to the accident, Nga was a telephone technician at the time and went to Aitutaki for some contract work. He left his partner of up to 6 years Tuagaru (Vavu) Clyde and their one-year old son Ngatokora Shane Tiavave (Darling) behind in Rarotonga to fulfil this contract.