First Bank promotes 3,000 employees
In its bid to improve employee welfare and career development, First Bank of Nigeria Limited (FBN) has promoted over 3000 of its staff members.
It said the exercise was to reward staff for strong performance and enhance its investment in talent pool.
The promotions were, however, targeted more towards lower and middle management cadres in recognition of their role in customer service delivery and the Bank’s transformation programme.
The bank’s performance review is an annual exercise aimed at recognising and rewarding employees who have excelled and disengage those who perform poorly in the last financial year.
FBN’s Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Adesola Adeduntan, said with the 2017 promotions, the financial institution has delivered on its commitment to reward staff performance and build a motivated workforce.
“Our priority is to empower and build the capacity of our people as they are our best assets. Our people are also our surest path to achieving our strategic goals and accelerating business performance across all key business indices,” he said.
Besides, the bank reiterated its commitment to building an institution that would put its stakeholders and businesses at the heart of its vision and mission.
Recently the bank unveiled new employment models named First Bank Management Associate Programme (FMAP) and Senior Management Development Programme (SMDP) to build the next crop of managers
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