NBK attracted more than 350 Kuwaiti graduates
KUWAIT: National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) has recruited more than 350 Kuwaiti graduates of both genders during 2015 as part of its commitment to providing distinctive career opportunities to ambitious young Kuwaitis.
“The development of human talent remains a top priority for NBK,” said Salah AlFulaij, NBK-Kuwait Chief Executive Officer. “NBK maintains its position as a major national employer in the private sector. In 2015, NBK hired more than 350 Kuwaiti citizens. This confirms NBK’s full support of government efforts to employ young national cadres in the private sector and develop the human capital of Kuwait.”
Fulaij added “NBK continued in 2015 to invest in its employees to develop their skill sets and expand their knowledge base. We also strengthened our partnership with leading universities and academic institutions to organize many of the high level training programs to prepare the next generation of bankers - the promising young leaders.
“We believe that our people are our most valuable resource and to that end we have implemented numerous professional training programs to continue developing our employees while focusing our recruitment efforts on hiring the country’s best assets.” noted Fulaij.
Aiming at developing the skills of young Kuwaitis, NBK offers several training and developing programs including NBK Academy, Shabab Program, Summer Internship Program and the first of its kind NBK High Fliers Program. NBK also organizes Executive Training Programs in line with the bank’s commitment to developing and investing in its key resource and human capital.
NBK training programs are parts of a continuous process to develop and grow young talents. The initiative provides the trainees with the right environment in which they have the opportunity to increase their understanding on the theoretical, technical and practical functionalities of various Major Banking Units.