GFNorte's Committment to the Personal and Professional Development of Employees
- In 2015 Banorte provided an average of 30 hours of training per employee
- GFNorte designed programs to provide a safe workplace for employees
- The financial institution has a committed human capital due to labor practices adopted in 2015
June 4, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Human capital is one of Grupo Financiero Banorte’s great strengths that enables goals to be achieved and increases profitability, therefore fostering the personal and professional development of employees, nowadays totaling over 27,000, is one of the institution’s main commitments.
In order to raise employee performance standards and strengthen their skills, in 2015, the bank provided an average of 30 hours of training per employee, representing an investment of more than Ps 120 million, 45.2% more than in the previous year. In addition, employees received 38,344 hours of training in human rights issues.
Training included courses, seminars and conferences in addition to the Master's degree scholarship program, technical training and development of high-potential employees.
Banorte evaluates the performance of its employees in addition to training them, for which it has an assessment center to evaluate skills and attitudes, used to promote development within the bank.
The aforementioned development strategies, an attractive benefits package and succession plans, are some of GFNorte’s practices in human resources that result in committed personnel at all levels of the organization who are proud to be a part of Grupo Financiero Banorte.
For more information please refer to the GFNorte 2015 Annual Report at: