The paper 'The Ways Dubai Islamic Bank Motivates Its Employees" is a good example of a case study on human resources. Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB) was formed in 1975 and is the first bank in the Middle East to include principles of Islamic in all its dealings. The banking is the largest bank in the United Arab Emirates, the bank operates a number of branches, the branches in UAE are as follows: Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Sharjah, and Ajman, Ras Al Khaimah, Umm Al, and Fujairah branch. Dubai Islamic Bank is also involved in international partnerships, having established the Dubai Islamic Bank (Pakistan) Ltd, which has more than 34 branches in 15 major cities in Pakistan.
In addition, the bank also has branches in Jordan, Turkey, and Iran. The bank shares have been listed in the Dubai Financial Market. In this context, the bank operation in Dubai has been an impressive one; the bank has remained true to its roots as a customer-centered Bank where understanding and personal service has formed the basis of its operations. The bank has incorporated Islamic culture, traditions, and heritage and this is joined with a commitment to innovation, modernity, and flexibility, and this has enabled the bank to provide its customers with comprehensive solutions to their financial needs. DIB Human Resources approach Dubai Islamic Bank uses an HR approach to respond to their changing needs, the bank's rapid growth in a new market has forced it to keep up with the demands of increasing its workforce.
The bank operates in the competitive market has forced its HR to move away from activities that are liabilities to the Bank, and invest in activities that will improve the general performance of the bank.
The DIB HR has focused on the following in its operations: Recruitment The company has a policy of recruiting the most qualified personnel from both internal and external markets to supplement the company workforce. The HR division has a well-defined recruitment procedure that ensures all potential candidates being interviewed have been treated fairly and with respect. In addition, the bank has a management trainee program across all its business functions and branches.
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