Union Bank of Nigeria Plc is committed to equal opportunity and to a performance culture where recognition, promotion and rewards are based upon merit and demonstrated performance. Our employment policy is driven by generous staff welfare, career growth and industrial harmony.
EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES
1. Employment of disabled persons
It is the policy of the Bank that there should be no discrimination in considering applications for employment including those from
qualified disabled persons. All employees whether or not disabled are given equal opportunities to develop. As at 31 March 2008, there were 6 (2007 - 6) disabled persons in the employment of the Bank.
2. Health, safety at work and welfare of employees
Health and safety regulations are in force within the Bank’s premises and employees are aware of the existing regulations. The group provides subsidies to all levels of employees for medical, transportation, housing, etc.
3. Employees’ involvement and training
The Bank is committed to keeping employees fully informed as much as possible regarding their performance and progress and seeking their views wherever practicable on matters, which particularly affect them as employees.
Management, professional and technical expertise are the group’s major assets, and investment in their further development continues.
The Bank provides in-house training and manpower development for its employees who are equally encouraged to improve on their individual technical skills, professional or academic standard.
Incentive schemes designed to meet the circumstances of each individual are implemented wherever appropriate and some of these schemes include bonuses, children education grants, scholarship, etc.