SEB launches Pustaka@SarawakEnergy eResource Centre, providing easy access to digital content for employees

Julaihi (center) scanning the QR code to launch Pustaka@SarawakEnergy eResource Centre while Hamid (second right), Suhaili (second left), Japri (right) and others look on.

By Christopher Lidom

KUCHING, Oct 20: Sarawak Energy Berhad today launched the Pustaka@SarawakEnergy eResource Centre to provide employees with easy access to a vast repository of knowledge in digital content and information.

According to Sarawak Energy Group chief executive officer Datu Sharbini Suhaili, the launch follows the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between Sarawak Energy and Sarawak State Library (Pustaka) on Aug 24 this year to create a digital resource centre for all Sarawak Energy employees.

“Through these efforts, we aim to empower our people to have greater flexibility in planning their own learning, including enabling continuously upskilling while balancing other personal and professional responsibilities.

“By giving our people this freedom, Sarawak Energy is facilitating greater employee learnability, thus ensuring that they have access to knowledge to develop in-demand skills to adapt and thrive in today’s increasingly challenging working environment,” he said during the lunching ceremony of Pustaka@SarawakEnergy eResource Centre held at Sarawak Energy headquarters, here today.

The launching ceremony was officiated by Minister for Utility and Telecommunication (MUT) Datuk Julaihi Narawi and witnessed by Sarawak State Library chairman Tan Sri Datuk Amar Dr Hamid Bugo and Pustaka Negeri Sarawak acting CEO Japri Bujang Masli.

Meanwhile, Sharbini said Pustaka@SarawakEnergy eResource Centre is another important step forward on Sarawak Energy’s digitalisation and continuous improvement journey, driving knowledge acquisition and innovative thinking within the organisation through a new, digital learning platform.

“Through this, we will be able to bolster the strong progressive digital and online learning culture that we have cultivated and nurtured as we reaffirmed our commitment to Talent Management Excellence and a High Performance Culture,” he added. — DayakDaily