Hrm Practice

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1.0 Introduction
South East Bank Limited has a long and relished heritage. It is second generation banking which was established in 1995 with the vision to stand out as pioneer banking institution in Bangladesh and contribute significantly to the national economy. It was incorporated on March 12, 1995 as a Public Limited Company. Certificate of commencement of business of the bank issued by the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies and Firms was also dated March 12, 1995. The Banking license for the bank was issued by Bangladesh Bank on March 23, 1995. The bank and its first branch at the busiest commercial hub of the country at 1, Dilkusha C/A, Dhaka was opened on May 25, 1995 by Mr. Saifur Rahman. The authorized capital of the bank is BDT 2500 million. It’s paid up capital and reserve reached BDT 2236.84 million as on December 31, 2005.

1.1 Purpose of the Report
The manpower is the lifeblood of any service oriented organization. As a private commercial bank, South East Bank Ltd. is playing a very significant role in development of various sectors in Bangladesh economy. In the field of deposit mobilization, Loans and advances, Import and export business, foreign remittance South East Bank is showing best growth performance year after year through its highly skilled human resource. At present a large number of banking and non banking financial institutions are doing their business i.e. the banking business is more competitive for the existence and smooth running of the banking business. It should be handled efficiently and for this reason more effective and efficient human resource is very much necessary. In the way of building skilled human resource recruitment and selecting system should be organization’s target oriented.
In this study, an effort is made to find out the present policies and practices for recruitment and selection in South East Bank Ltd.

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