The experience to study the global banking giant was very good and has a lot to teach which can be utilised in the future. The most important message from the report was to learn about the non-discriminative nature of business and to see every one as equal while hiring or recruiting and also to create and offer equal opportunities. Sometimes equal opportunities may not result into equal outcome, but offering equal opportunity along with the support in the entire process may give an equal outcome to the ones which are mostly discriminated by society. So creating equal opportunities for everyone without any discrimination and supporting them through their career is more important than just making a provision for them.
The graduate program taught that it is important to keep looking and never be satisfied with the present talent, however superior they may be, because the best talent may be hidden in some university student. Through such programs the student’s talent is being assessed along with their knowledge and problem solving skills. This helps the bank to consider different students for different positions in the bank and offering appropriate position to students is imperative for an effective performance and also for the human resource team to assess and measure their performance more easily. This is easier for the employees who newly joined and also for the human resource team. So taking care of issues and addressing and fixing them in the beginning before they have a chance of rising, it saves an ample lot of time and also energy which eventually invested in other areas.
The cash and non-cash rewards in the bank gives a big lesson on the employee performances. The necessity of both types of rewards is apparent seeing the changing culture and increasing cost of living of employees, but the outcome of such rewards may have to be measured with care. An employee having received a cash reward may not be rightfully eligible for it but be claiming in the hierarchy.