BY PETERSON TSERAHA
Students on vacation were encouraged to work part-time in stores in Arawa, Buka and Buin to gain experience.
Many grade 12 and 10 students from various high and high schools in Bougainville are now working part-time in stores all over Bougainville to increase tuition fees and, more importantly, to gain experience running businesses in Bougainville. the future.
Etanaba Trading in Arawa is one of those companies that now takes care of those students who work part time.
A sales supervisor at one of Etanaba’s chain stores, Graeme Tsube, told the Post-Courier that he supervises students on business administration, quotes / receipts, cash register and customer services. customer support.
âI was led by management and also reported to management on day-to-day operations,â Tsube said.
âI supervised these young people in general sales and merchandising, customer service, customer support with disabilities, invoices / cash register receipts, electronic funds transfer to point of sale (eftpos), transportation cargo from all retail and the cash balance at close of business.
âMost of these students have studied business and commerce in their studies, but have not yet gained the practical experience to work in stores. We therefore help them in the retail and wholesale trade.
âA lot of them have shown great interest and are eager to work because they did it in school and are happy to be able to do it now.
âMost of the students are girls going into business studies, and in business we also promote gender equality,â he said.