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Fidelity Bank’s measured company culture, dream-company, staff welfare, gender equality, government institution, company’s prestige, salary, and non-salary benefits have been adjudged the best in Nigeria by Ventures Africa and Jobberman.

According to a recent study conducted by Venture Africa, an online platform for news and analysis about African businesses, in conjunction with Jobberman.com, Nigeria’s leading employment website, Fidelity Bank Plc., is the only bank among the top 12 most preferred places to work in Nigeria.

The study showed why Fidelity Bank, is not only one of Nigeria’s leading banks but one of the best financial institutions in Africa.

The report tagged “Top 100 companies for Nigerian millennials” surveyed young Nigerians born between 1982 and 2003 and measured company culture, dream-company, staff welfare, gender equality, government institution, company’s prestige, salary, and non-salary benefits. I

t also looked at the level of satisfaction, salary consideration, level of contentment, career growth, concerns outside work and work-life balance amongst others.

According to the organizers, Fidelity led all other banks in the country in all the measuring indices. Read More →

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By Johnbosco Agbakwuru

 


CALABAR – GOVERNOR Liyel Imoke of Cross River State has expressed dismay that the present generation of young people lacks the core values of discipline, hard work and dignity in labour.

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Cross River State Governor, Sen Liyel Imoke (L) exchanging pleasantry with Rochas Okorocha of Imo State while Peter Obi of Anambra(M) watched during a requiem mass in honour of Late Mrs. Ugochi Ihejiahi, wife of MD, Fidelity Bank Plc, Mr.Reginald Ihejiahi, in Orlu, Imo State, Tuesday

The Governor stated this during a breakfast meeting of 25 mentors comprising captains of industry from the different sectors of the economy organized by the Bridge Leadership Foundation.Imoke who is the founder of the foundation urged the participants as mentors to bring back all those core values that had been lost in the youth, stressing that one of the cardinal objectives of setting up the foundation was to restore hope and confidence in the leadership quality in the young generation.

The breakfast which was the first phase of the mentoring programme of TBLF came to a close with a declaration of commitment by mentors to dedicate their time to raising a generation of transformational leaders in the state through the TBLF Mentoring Programme.

Before the breakfast, there was training for mentees, which sought to prepare the mentees through different workshops on self discovery, communication skills development, understanding mentoring and leveraging on a mentor relationship for the six month mentoring period during which they would be matched to a mentor.

Speaking at the Training for Mentees, Bidemi Mark – Mordi of Verbatim Communications said, “Mentoring is when two people, who otherwise may not have a relationship, intentionally come together with the goal of the more experienced one helping the less experienced grow and achieve greatness in a particular field.”

 

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