13 November 2012

Tanzania: Exim Pledges Support On Human Resource Development

EXIM Bank Tanzania has pledged to continue supporting various socio-economic development initiatives including the development of professionalism in human resources practices in the country.

Speaking during a one day workshop organized by Human Resources Society of Tanzania (HRSTA) and Career Connections on Development of Human Resources Professionals in Tanzania, Exim Bank Corporate Relationship Manager Joan Rweyemamu said her bank will continue supporting initiatives directed towards developing human resources professionals in the country.

"We recognize the importance of human resources professionals in any organization because of their vital role they play. Having known this, Exim Bank decided to be the main sponsors of this workshop on Human Resources Professionals development.

"We have decided as a bank to support this workshop because we believe in a way it will help improve human resources professionalism by bringing together the human resources practitioners to talk on the opportunities and challenges that have been hindering development of this profession," Joan added.

The Exim Bank Assistant Marketing Manager Anita Goshashy said that it's important that the bank continues supporting such workshops because participants get to upgrade their understanding knowledge as well as networking with other professions in their field.

"We are proud to associate with such initiatives because we believe that participants will benefit a lot from professionals and will also get an opportunity to network with their colleagues, hence giving them a chance to share and exchange experiences which will see to it that this profession makes companies and organizations to make great steps towards achieving their goals," she said.

She mentioned that human resource profession has been a backbone of many organizations and companies as it sees the welfare of employees as well as ensuring that their organizations get competent professionals.

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