More than just a bank, Fidelity is making a name for itself as an employer of choice in Ghana as it honors 395 employees for outstanding performance.
At a recent event held at Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City in Accra, Fidelity Bank saluted staffers at the second annual Fidelity Stars Award program.
The performance-based incentive program gauges employees, on performance, customer service, and dedication among other factors, from across 75 branches nationwide.
Sixteen employees earned the highest rating of 5 stars. These employees were rewarded with customized Kente cloth and gold coins.
According to John Maxwell Addo, Human Resource Director of Fidelity Bank, “we are an organization that believes that an empowered workforce translates into quality service delivery and that makes a successful business.
Fidelity Bank has reached where it is today because of the love, commitment and hard work of our employees.
This is a gesture to acknowledge employees who give their all and go out of their comfort zone to contribute to the company’s goals and objectives. We will never lose sight of our hardworking employees. We will continue to reward them and empower them to fulfill their professional and personal goals”.
Fidelity Bank believes in a firm foundation of investing in training and supporting its employees.
Mr. Jim Baiden, Deputy Managing Director of Fidelity Bank speaking at the event said “We believe in investing in our people in various ways. As a Ghanaian owned bank, it’s in our blood to treat everyone with the best in mind, heart and actions. So from health benefits to ongoing professional development workshops, we believe in maintaining an environment that encourages our staff to stay with us, grow with us, and serve customers with the best in Ghana”.
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