Security Bank recognized as Diversity Champion, Talent Insights Pioneer

PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF SECURITY BANK | (From left) Kristine Maglaque, enterprise account director, LinkedIn Learning; Tetel Fernandez, VP and head of talent management, Security Bank; Nerissa Berba, SVP and head of human capital management, Security Bank; Bhavna Chauhan, sales leader for PHL market, LinkedIn Learning; and Eileen Reyes, FVP and head of SBC Academy, Security Bank.

Security Bank Corporation won the “Diversity Champion” and “Talent Insights Pioneer” awards at the recently concluded 2022 LinkedIn Talent Awards.

These recognitions were given to successful organizations who have made a significant impact using LinkedIn Talent Solutions.

“The 2022 LinkedIn Talent Awards recognize the companies leading the future of work by demonstrating remarkable adaptability, innovation and creativity throughout one of the most challenging years for talent,” said LinkedIn.

The “Diversity Champion” Award is given to companies who initiated and inspired meaningful conversations around Diversity, Inclusion, Belonging and Equity, while the “Talent Insights Pioneer” is given to companies who utilize LinkedIn to make informed talent decisions with real-time insights.

Aside from the two wins, the Bank was also named a finalist for the Learning Champion category, in companies with 5,000 to 10,000 employees, an award that the Bank won in 2021.

Security Bank is the first local bank to have an existing partnership with LinkedIn Learning. On top of its comprehensive internal learning initiatives, Security Bank employees enjoy unlimited, on-demand access to thousands of LinkedIn Learning courses. They can choose from a wide range of topics to help them upskill and learn new things for their personal and professional development.

“At the center of this recognition are our employees for their hard work and commitment to fulfill our mission of becoming the most customer-centric bank in the country. Despite the challenges faced by the banking industry with high inflation and other external factors, we will continue to move forward to become an employer of choice in Philippine Banking,” said Security Bank senior vice president and head of Human Capital Management Nerissa Berba.

Recently, Security Bank was feted by UK-based financial magazine Retail Banker International for “Excellence in Employee Engagement.”

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