GES Goes Paperless

The Ghana Education Service(GES) has embraced digitization and enhanced efficiency to enable them go paperless.

On Thursday, 29th June, 2023, the Ghana Education Service commenced training of their members on the use of the new system known as the Smart Workplace System which is said to help them go paperless.

This new system is said to facilitate better collaboration among employee satisfaction. Staff and members at the GES headquarters have started their training sessions. According to the Ghana Education Service, it will soon send this training programme to all regions and districts in the country.

The director general of the Ghana Education Service, Dr. Eric Nkansah revealed that this new system will also boost productivity and also ensure better cooperation between staff.

“I am excited to see GES fully embrace digitalization through the Smart Workplace system.

The Smart Workplace system is an intranet and collaboration solution that will boost productivity and help GES go paperless.

In addition, the Smart Workplace will facilitate better collaboration among staff and improve staff satisfaction.

This morning, we commenced training for headquarters staff and this will continue throughout the regional and district levels to help all staff get familiar with the use of the virtual workplace.

Employee welfare and satisfaction remain the core focus of my work as Director-General. I am confident that this intranet solution will support our efforts to drastically reduce our process turnaround time.” he shared.

GES Goes Paperless

Below is the full statement from the Ghana Education Service.

GES goes paperless with the Smart Workplace System

In an effort to embrace digitalization and enhance efficiency, the Ghana Education Service has commenced training for staff on the use of the Smart Workplace system.

The Smart Workplace system is an intranet and collaboration solution that will boost productivity and efficiency.

In addition, the Smart Workplace will facilitate better collaboration among employees and improve employee satisfaction.

The training session has started from the headquarters and will continue throughout the regional and district levels to help all staff get familiar with the use of the virtual workplace.

GES Goes Paperless

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