QNB Group holds ‘HR conference’ for its international staff
June 01 2016 12:42 AM


QNB recently convened its international human resources officials to a special conference held at its offices at Al Mathaf Tower in Doha as part of its commitment to its vision to become “a Middle East and Africa icon by 2017.” The event discussed innovative and relevant best practice human capital solutions across a range of relevant subject matters, QNB said in a statement. Attending the one-day conference were senior QNB human resources professionals in Doha, in addition to seniors from across the group’s international network. A key component of the conference was the discussion on talent management. As a leading “employer of choice” and the biggest bank in Qatar, QNB has a coordinated and quality performance approach towards retaining and attracting top talent amid an increasingly competitive marketplace. The conference discussed the issue “in great detail” and HR professionals from across the QNB Group agreed that the subject of career development “remains an essential deliverable for QNB human resources.” Yousef al-Othman, general manager — Group Human Capital said: “Given the expanding international footprint of the QNB Group, and as our group nears the achievement of its 2017 vision, it remains essential that the important subjects of talent management and career development continue to be the prime focus of our human capital strategy. This conference is an important step in developing a quality and consistent approach to these matters, and we are delighted to have hosted such an important International HR gathering here in Doha.” The group’s presence through its subsidiaries and associate companies extends to 27 countries across three continents, providing a comprehensive range of advanced products and services. The total number of employees is more than 15,300 operating through more than 640 locations, with an ATM network of more than 1,400 machines.

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