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FDH Financial Holdings Group honors long serving employees

BLANTYRE-(MaraviPost)-The country’s leading home-grown financial institution, FDH Financial Holdings Group this week honoured and awarded 64 long serving employees for their dedication and commitment to quality service delivery and loyalty to the organisation.

The awardees received a Certificate of Long Service and cash prizes depending on the longevity of their years of service.

FDH Group Head of Human Resources Chrispin Chikwama handing over a Long Service Award to Mwayi Mkandawire who has worked in different capacities at FDH Bank for the past 10 years.

The 64 long service employees include one employee, who has served the group for 20 years and pocketed MK200 000 as token of appreciation from the Group.

Six employees who have served the FDH Group for 15 years carted home MK150 000 each and 57 others who have served for 10 years received MK100 000 each for the their hard work in the past decade.

FDH Group Head of Human Resources, Chrispin Chikwama, said the Group has always been committed to employee development and employee welfare hence the running of several employee development and employee appreciation initiatives.

“The Long Service Awards are part of our initiatives that focus on employee development because we celebrate and appreciate the contribution that employees are making to the company

Happy Bunny: Mwayi Mkandawire celebrating 10 years of FDH bliss.

“We love to see our employees grow with us and the Long Service Awards manifest our passion towards this growth,” Chikwama said.

According to Chikwama, this is done to recognize and appreciate employees that have contributed to the growth of the company from 10 years of work and thereafter recognized at five year intervals.

One of the awardees, Mwayi Mkandawire, who has worked under FDH Bank Plc for the last 10 years said that she feels honoured to be rewarded.

“It feels great to be part of this bank, I am super excited about this achievement,” Mkandawire said

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