OHSA to add new PR manager as Stagno Navarra is never there

The Occupational Health and Safety Authority (OHSA) plans to allocate an extra €50,000 to recruit a new PR Manager since Karl Stagno Navarra, the current person in this role, has been consistently unavailable.

In response to the Jean Paul Sofia public inquiry, the Occupational Health and Safety Authority (OHSA) has developed a plan to strengthen its public relations and media presence.

To achieve this target, the OHSA has published a call for a new PR manager – the job Stagno Navarra is supposed to handle, except he’s never there, internal sources confirmed.

While Stagno Navarra remains on the OHSA’s books, the government will now spend a further €50,000 to recruit someone else to do the same job.

OHSA CEO Josianne Cutajar did not reply to questions about why Stagno Navarra was allowed to not turn up for work.

Stagno Navarra, who until a few weeks ago presented a daily propaganda show on Labour’s ONE TV, was put on the OHSA’s books in 2022 without a public call.

Before that, disgraced former minister Konrad Mizzi hired him as a PR manager at the now-defunct Air Malta. He rarely visited the airline’s offices.

After the government began discussing Air Malta’s closure, Stagno Navarra was transferred to Resources Support and Services Ltd (RSSL). This government company provided permanent jobs for Air Malta employees who did not retire. Stagno Navarra was then assigned to the OHSA.

The Labour propagandist is facing accusations in court for not paying his dues to his lawyer, among others who have called him out on a raft of other services, including renting his residence, renting cars, and taking trips abroad over the years.

                           

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Jay Ho
Jay Ho
1 month ago

At least these crooks should pretend to show up for their pretend jobs. Oink oink as usual.

makjavel
makjavel
1 month ago

This guy plays the absconding Public Relations Officer who is always on the missing in action list. Isn’t it time that a Plaque is stuck where he works , “Here Worked KSN who turned up”

Paul Bonello
Paul Bonello
1 month ago

Josianne Cutajar should know that unjustifiable absences – assenteismo in Italian – is a criminal offence and a CEO failing to do anything about it is likewise committing a crime. Lest she should once say I did nothing wrong like Scicluna is unashamedly saying.

Last edited 1 month ago by Paul Bonello
cikku
cikku
1 month ago
Reply to  Paul Bonello

Paul, you cannot expect much more than the part time CEO who runs her own clinic whilst being paid 100k+ for a full time job

Paul Bonello
Paul Bonello
1 month ago
Reply to  cikku

That is her problem; she accepted the post and she carries the responsibility that goes with it. Time for her to grow up and reduce her greed

cikku
cikku
1 month ago

It seems that this imbecile is holding the PL by the balls – otherwise i see no reason why he has been kept on their books

Pony Express
Pony Express
1 month ago

Tajba din. Ta vera tajba. KULLHADD jaf ghaliex KSN ma jkunx fuq il post tax-xoghol…….minbarra ic CEO. Qas nistghu nghidu li jmur BISS biex jigbor is-salarju…..ghax jiddepozitawulu.

S. Camilleri
S. Camilleri
1 month ago

One salary to do nothing. And another to substitute the one who does nothing. Ingenious.

Out of Curiosity
Out of Curiosity
1 month ago

Someone should open up a court case similar to the one involving Melvin Theuma.

Carmelo borg
30 days ago

Karl MISKIN IMHABBAT DIEHEL U HIREG IL QORTI.
BARAXA L IRHAM TAL QORTI MISKIN

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