TechCayman’s Richard Parchment was invited to speak at the opening assemblies of Clifton Hunter School as they kicked off the 2022-2023 school year. The opening assemblies took place over two mornings to accommodate the 100+ students each day, ages ranging from 11-16 years old. The focus was on the importance of punctuality and discipline in the workforce and the importance of forming good study and work habits at school.
“Having an active employer like TechCayman speak to our students about the importance of attending school and how punctuality is a critical aspect of attendance, proves to be of tremendous help to our students,” said Paula Wythe, Teaching and Learning Coordinator at Clifton Hunter.
Mr. Parchment heavily stressed the importance of thriving in school, highlighting how consistent attendance increases academic achievement, and how that directly translates into workplace habits that will foster teamwork and increase productivity after they graduate.
“I have never once put a cassava stick in the ground and received mangoes. The discipline that you practice at Clifton Hunter, is what you will reap in the workforce in the years to come,” said Mr. Parchment.
Mr. Parchment has worked as a Human Resources Consultant for more than 20 years, with focus areas on hospitality, health care and technology.
TechCayman is a prominent technology innovation enabler in the Cayman Islands and provides new and current overseas businesses an accelerated path to establishing themselves within the Cayman Islands. Sponsored Enterprises of TechCayman have access to a special set of support services created to accelerate organizational growth, provide access to funding, and guarantee a straightforward immigration process for employees. TechCayman Sponsored Enterprises are also unrestricted as to where they establish offices in the Cayman Islands, and as such can focus on the needs of their business, rather than being restricted to particular sites. To learn more, visit www.techcayman.com .