Special Iftar unites ahlibank employees to rekindle the spirit of the Holy Month

Muscat: ahlibank recently held its Iftar staff gathering for the Holy Month of Ramadan, in the presence of Said Abdullah Al Hatmi, CEO of ahlibank. With the aim of enhancing relationships and creating an atmosphere of intimacy and communication between team members outside of the official work environment. The Iftar was held at the Oman Convention and Exhibition Center (OCEC) and witnessed the presence of the Bank’s executive management and key personnel.

This Iftar comes as an affirmation of the importance of strengthening social relations between employees away from the daily work routine, and deepening the ties that bind them to work more efficiently. Having Iftar in the blessed month of Ramadan has become a valuable religious practice that enhances the belonging of individuals and allows them to have a deeper spiritual connection during the holy month.

The annual gathering began with a welcome speech followed by a speech from ahlibank’s CEO, Said Abdullah Al Hatmi. At the event there was a raffle draw and fun, light-hearted contests that set the right mood for those in attendance, sharing in the spirit of joyous camaraderie. The staff then sat together for Iftar, enjoying the meal with fellow team members.

ahlibank believes in establishing strong and enduring relationships with its most important capital; the human cadres. By engaging with the staff in an environment that promotes efficiency and creativity, the Bank has invested greatly in an avenue of success. This, in turn, influences employees’ performance, delivering better, more innovative services to the Bank’s discerning customers.

After another successful staff gathering, ahlibank and its employees are reinvigorated to continue their due course, engaging with customers and setting new benchmarks. The Bank carries forth building a brighter, more inclusive future for its staff, customers, and the community at large.

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