The Selection and Recruitment Procedures of Southeast Bank Limited
Ikra, Sirazum Munira
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Banks are consistently pushing the envelope in delivering a clear demonstration. Financial processes are becoming progressively simple and faster for the first time, and the overseeing account area is progressively broadening. People are going with various inventive means and strategies as public interest for better administration continues to grow. Many establishments are searching for more opportunity to do business with their related clients in the engaged world of dealing with a record fragment. An economy's development depends greatly on the banking industry. Banks are equally persuasive in Bangladesh. Bangladesh is home to several talented representatives of this industry and it is a huge market in Bangladesh. Southeast Bank Limited is a private bank that provides monetary administrations on behalf of clients. The Companies Act, 1994, gave it the authority to start its task starting on March 12, 1995. There are about 115 Southeast Bank branches, and they provide efficient and focused financial services to their customers. Southeast bank has three branch sectors, one of which is General Banking, one that is speculation and one, which gives remote trading services. SEBL's Uptimes programming is a customercentered approach to giving sharp support to customers in today's online banking world. I poured myself into thoroughly studying the HR practices of Southeast Bank, particularly the recruiting, training, and preparing processes, during my general examination for the entry-level position report. In the report, the reader will find information on the bank's foundation, along with portions of earlier features from its history. Furthermore, Southeast Bank's authoritative profile is provided. Besides that, Southeast Bank's executives also present the general procedures of how they recruit new officers. They also explain what priorities they pay attention to when searching for potential office candidates. In addition, the report demonstrates how different types of training sessions are being designed for diverse stakeholder groups within the bank. Overall, I believe this article explains the Southeast bank's distinct HR practices that are significant to the bank's human resource strategies.
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