The new staff had been welcomed by Salaam bin Said al Shaksy, chief executive officer of Alizz Islamic Bank, who gave the staff a detailed explanation on Alizz Islamic Bank, which is Oman’s most dynamic and revolutionary bank. He also explained the distinction in between Islamic banks and standard banks. Shaksy also explained the function played by the Human Resources Division in offering employees with the essential coaching and qualifications to equip them with information and abilities to perform and carry out in the Islamic banking sector.
Mohammed al Balushi, chief human sources officer, Alizz Islamic Bank, stated, “In 2017, we introduced the competency framework and integrated it with the Performance Management System to make certain that the bank’s efficiency is primarily based on actual company wants and to establish a culture focused on client service in the bank. This laid the foundations for sensible capacity developing. Strides have been created to recruit talented people in line with the wants and priority locations of the bank.
“During the year, the Human Resources Division managed to recruit 52 Omanis, which augmented the bank with the presence of talented youth. The Human Resources Division works hard to ensure that the bank’s recruitment process is independent, fair and transparent. It aims to select the most suitable individuals who meet the requirements of the vacant positions and demonstrate their ability to absorb the culture of Islamic banking, as well as their ability to adopt the core values of the bank. The bank has also introduced in-house microfinance evaluation centres, based on capacity-based assessment activities.”
Information Source: Muscat Daily