Tuesday, 26 Jan 2021
As part of its continued support of Omanisation within the banking sector, Oman Arab Bank (OAB), recently conducted an induction course for 13 new Omani staff recruited for the head office and various branches.

Oman Arab Bank conducts induction course for new Omani employees at head workplace, branches

The induction was performed at the bank’s head workplace in Ghubra and integrated two major segments. The initial focused on the branches, company and solutions of the bank and was performed by Ahmed al Kharousi, head of Regional Management and Branch Support Department.

The second was focused on service high quality and was performed by Ahlam al Wardi, head of Customer Quality and Assurance Department. The 13 new employees members had been also provided a tour of the head workplace and had been introduced to every of the departments.

Adil al Rahbi, head of Human Resources, stated, “Maintaining a high level of Omanisation has always been one of the key pillars of our operations here at OAB. As such, we always strive to enhance our work environment and attract the best national talent. The hiring of these 13 new Omani employees reinforces our commitment towards supporting the ongoing efforts of the Omani government towards offer Omani citizen greater employment opportunities and help them contribute towards the overall economic growth and development of the sultanate. We are honoured to welcome them into our ever growing OAB family, which today stands at over 1,160 employees strong.”

Oman Arab Bank is 1 of the major Banks in the sultanate with regards to Omanisation, attaining a percentage more than 96 per cent in terms of citizens employed inside the bank across all levels. The bank’s ‘LEAD’ programme is an extension of the bank’s efforts towards supporting its Omanisation objectives.

LEAD is firmly centred on creating capabilities and capacities for the Omani employees, preparing them for assuming higher leadership positions inside the bank. Oman Arab Bank is 1 of the initial banks to be established in Oman, with a wealthy and proud history. Today, the bank operates a nationwide network of 65 branches and representative offices and 148 ATMs spread across the sultanate. OAB offers the full variety of economic items and solutions for individual banking, corporate and investment customers.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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