Groom­ing mid­dle man­age­ment em­ploy­ees for lead­er­ship cadre @ CUB A

Banking Frontiers - - Bank Of Baroda -

t City Union Bank, ex­pen­di­ture on train­ing is viewed as in­vest­ments in hu­man cap­i­tal. It is a con­tin­u­ous en­deavor to en­hance the ca­pa­bil­i­ties of in­di­vid­ual em­ploy­ees through ap­pro­pri­ate train­ings at var­i­ous stages of their ca­reer and to im­prove their pro­duc­tiv­ity. Trained man­power is the most sig­nif­i­cant as­set of any or­ga­ni­za­tion. The re­cruited can­di­dates are given in­duc­tion train­ing at the bank’s staff train­ing col­lege at Kum­bakonam, Chennai and at other re­puted train­ing in­sti­tutes on the basics of bank­ing to im­prove their knowl­edge level on op­er­a­tional front be­fore be­ing in­ducted into the bank, says V. Ramesh, CFO at City Union Bank.

Train­ing is im­parted on a con­tin­u­ous ba­sis to im­prove the con­fi­dence level, com­mit­ment to job and devel­op­ment of skill sets. It is also im­parted in ar­eas like credit, forex, risk man­age­ment and lead­er­ship devel­op­ment for se­nior of­fi­cers and po­ten­tial ex­ec­u­tives are un­der­taken through in­sti­tu­tions like NIBM Pune, SIBSTC, CAB, CAFRAL, IIMAhmed­abad, etc. The em­ploy­ees at the mid­dle man­age­ment level are iden­ti­fied based on com­pe­ten­cies and per­for­mances at dif­fer­ent stages of ca­reer and groomed by proper train­ing to take up the po­si­tion in top man­age­ment cadre over a pe­riod of time, thereby en­sur­ing an un­in­ter­rupted suc­ces­sion plan.

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