Access Bank Ghana has once again demonstrated its commitment to being an employer of choice by honouring staff who have served for ten years, during an awards dinner at the Kempinski Gold Coast Hotel in Accra.
Access Bank's unwavering dedication to employees since its inception in 2009 is demonstrated in the continuous training and mentorship programmes, recognition of outstanding service, and comprehensive staff wellness initiatives. These initiatives have created a thriving work environment where employees can excel and contribute to the Bank's success.
Speaking at the event, Managing Director of Access Bank Ghana, Olumide Olatunji said “As a Bank that is passionate about unleashing and rewarding the talents of staff and investing in their training to ensure they reach their full potential, we are proud of the milestone we have achieved together. Your commitment to excellence, and your relentless pursuit of our core values have shaped Access Bank Ghana into what it is today; one of the top financial institutions in Ghana. We are indeed proud of you.”
The Head of Human Resource, Nana Adu Kyeremateng congratulated the staff for their dedication to the Bank and assured that as an employer of choice, Access Bank will continually reward hard work and loyalty and create an enabling environment for staff to thrive in their careers and general wellbeing.
‘To demonstrate our commitment to being an employer of choice, we honoured these staff who have kept faith with us and have supported our vision to bring the bank to its status: a truly respected brand in the Ghanaian banking industry with our aspiration of becoming Africa's gateway to the world. As we move forward, let us remember that the journey does not end here. Together, we shall continue to scale greater heights, break new boundaries, and shape the future of banking in Ghana.” Nana added.
In attendance were Board Members Prof. Elikem Kuenyehia, Executive Director of Access Bank African subsidiaries, Seyi Kumapayi, Managing Director for Access Bank, Gambia, Stephen Abban, Head, Business Development (UEMOA) Francophone, West Africa, Joanna Bannerman, Executive Director for Wholesale Banking, James Bruce, Executive Director for Retail and Digital Banking, Pearl Nkrumah, and other Executive Committee Members of the Bank.
To mark this special occasion, each awardee received a treasured gift as a token of appreciation from Access Bank, acknowledging their loyalty and dedication.
Access Bank's Long Service Awards did not only celebrate a decade of service but also underscored the Bank's commitment to fostering a culture of excellence and appreciation among its employees.
As a Bank pursuing an aspiration to be the world's most respected African bank, Access Bank champions diversity, gender balance and disability inclusion in its people across its global network. Operating from 18 countries in Africa, Asia, the United Kingdom, and France and 700 branches and service outlets across the globe, Access Bank continues to deliver exceptional services and ensures quality customer service through its people and culture.