Sterling recognised as top destination for talent
Sterling Bank Plc has once again been recognised for its exceptional status as a top destination for talent with its mention in LinkedIn’s Top 25 Places to Work in Nigeria.
The announcement places Sterling among the top three employers in Africa’s largest economy alongside Ernst & Young and MTN.
It comes as a back-to-back mention on the prestigious list by the world’s largest social network for professionals since the launch of the list’s maiden edition in Nigeria last year.
Speaking on the accolade, Chief Human Resources Officer at Sterling Bank, Temi Dalley, said: “The award reflects the bank’s commitment to building an inclusive organisation that enables employees to live their best lives and do their best work.
“We do our best to make Sterling a preferred destination for talents to build a career by creating a workplace characterised by collaboration and inclusion, one that empowers talents to do their best work and become the best version of themselves.
We continuously invest in our employees by reskilling and retooling our employees fueled by the pillars of our organisational strategy – agility, digitisation and specialisation, while putting the needs of Sterling humans at the centre of our initiatives.”
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