Nisa staff urged to make best use of new schemes


Nisa management and staff at their end-of-year gathering yesterday

The organisation expects the staff members to deliver a minimum amount of work per month which is recorded, and any output that is over and above the set amount is paid for in cash at the end of the year through what Nisa calls a productivity scheme.

The organisation’s chief executive Merlin Volcère commended the staff for their commitment to work, but reminded them there is room to do more and better.

Nisa publishes this newspaper in line with policy goals of the government to serve the people but is independent in deciding its editorial content and has for the past few years now been financially self-dependent unlike the past when it relied on a budget from the Ministry of Finance.

The company also offers pre-press services to other publishers and produces booklets and other publications for individuals and companies.

Nisa is also equipped with some of the best cameras in the world and makes pictures taken during its photographers’ line of duty available to interested parties for a small fee.

Its main product, Nation newspaper, grew from a 16-page publication (on weekdays) to the current 20-page publication recently, and has now added colour to its front page while offering three A4 colour pages to advertisers.

Nation says it has the widest circulation among all papers in the country “making advertisers’ investment with us all the more worthwhile”.

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