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'Train to hire' is Yes Bank's strategy
HRK News Bureau | New Delhi | Friday, 15 July 2016

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Yes Force is a skill development and employment initiative and post certification, candidates will be placed as client relationship partner/ business relationship partner’ in Yes Bank with an average compensation of Rs 2.25 lakh per annum.

Yes Bank has launched a skill development programme, YES FORCE - front line opportunity for rapid career enhancement. The programme in partnership with training institutes, such as TimesPro, HCL TalentCare, Teamlease Skills University, IL&FS Skills Development Corporation and a few others, will provide skilling and career progression opportunities to youth across India through the ‘Certification on Banking Fundamentals & Business Development’ initiative. The programme aims to aid skill development and provide employment opportunities in banking & financial sales services, to the youth of the nation.

Yes Bank has successfully on-boarded over 200 candidates, and is targetting to fulfil at least 25 per cent of the bank’s frontline human capital requirements through this programme.

It is a four to six week classroom programme aimed at upskilling young talent to enhance their ‘employability’ for ‘Day 1 Readiness’, to fill frontline business development roles in banking. The programme content covers topics like basics of banking and sales management. It is designed as a virtual ‘On the Job’ interface.

Post certification, candidates will be placed as client relationship partner/ business relationship partner’ in Yes Bank with an average compensation of Rs 2.25 lakh per annum. As a unique proposition of the YES FORCE programme, the young professionals will undergo ‘rapid career enhancement’ on the basis of performance.

Rana Kapoor

Yes Bank has successfully on-boarded over 200 candidates, and is targetting to fulfil at least 25 per cent of the bank’s frontline human capital requirements through this programme. The idea is to augment the rapidly expanding retail franchise and branch network. Graduates or professionals with 1–3 years of experience in banking & finance are eligible to apply for this programme via the partner institutes.

Speaking about the launch, Rana Kapoor, managing director & CEO, Yes Bank says, “With the Government of India’s stellar efforts in upskilling the youth, it has become imperative for the private sector to proactively invest in training youth, to ensure sustained competitive advantage and create a pool of employable youth. I am happy to launch Yes Bank’s skill development and career enhancement programme YES FORCE on World Youth Skilling Day, to focus the Bank’s knowledge-driven approach in bridging the existing skill and employability gap”.

The bank has already partnered with NSDC and the Ministry of Home Affairs to skill/employ the youth of J&K under the YES UDAAN project.

© 2016 HR Katha
Last modified on Friday, 15 July 2016

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