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Fidelity Bank promotes 963 employees


FIDELITY Bank Plc has promoted 963 employees after its 2014 yearly performance appraisal, which ended last week.

 According to a statement from the financial institution, the promotion was part of its efforts aimed at rewarding and motivating hardworking, committed and efficient members of its workforce for higher productivity.

 The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the bank, Nnamdi Okonkwo, said the move was in keeping with the lender’s avowed commitment to every worker to reward excellence and exceptional individual performance.  

  “In line with our commitment to ensuring people’s happiness and rewarding performance, the names of our colleagues who qualified for promotion under the earlier advised criteria have now been released,” he said.

 Okonkwo reiterated that Fidelity Bank would maintain high professional culture, where exceptional performance, innovativeness and hard work are recognised and rewarded.

  He pointed out that the employees who were promoted and rewarded were selected through an enhanced performance management system.

  The promotion exercise, perhaps, became significant because it is coming at a time that there are challenges in the business environment given the blip in the economy as a result of the drop in the global prices of crude oil.

 Okonkwo, corroborating this, said, “despite the expectations that this financial year will be tougher than last year, our bank took the unprecedented step of elevating a total of 963 people.”

  While congratulating the beneficiaries, he urged everyone to redouble their efforts towards achieving a better financial result this year.

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