GNI targets sustainable performance, productivity | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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GNI targets sustainable performance, productivity | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Cecilia Osipitan, Great Nigeria Insurance

GNI targets sustainable performance, productivity | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Great Nigeria Insurance Plc has expressed its commitment to initiatives that will increase performance and profitability across lines of business operation.

The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Cecilia Osipitan, in her new year message, urged the staff to show unrelenting commitment to ensuring they meet targets set for 2022.Osipitan, noted that the challenges faced in 2021 formed part of the aspiration for the new year and appealed to her colleagues not to relent in their quest of making the insurance products the most preferred in the industry.

Osipitan announced the result of the half-year appraisal exercise, which according to her, was in tune with the organisation’s resolve to recognise and reward outstanding performance.The details of the appraisal exercise showed that 16 employees were elevated to different cadres while 13 members of staff received their employment confirmations.

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Osipitan, noted that the challenges faced in 2021 formed part of the aspiration for the new year and appealed to her colleagues not to relent in their quest of making the insurance products the most preferred in the industry. Osipitan announced the result of the half-year appraisal exercise, which according to her, was in tune with the organisation’s resolve to recognise and reward outstanding performance. Merchants can sign up and receive their payment within minutes. The details of the appraisal exercise showed that 16 employees were elevated to different cadres while 13 members of staff received their employment confirmations. On why the Super Eagles have changed from being lukewarm in their approach to games since it was the same set of players that went to Egypt 2019, Ndidi said: “Yes, it is the same set of players, but a new manager has come in with a different mentality. In her words, Osipitan said the greatest asset is the human capital, which “we have recognised as the key success factor in growth and survival, hence we will keep motivating employees through a continuous reward process. In line with the digitalisation of the economy, organisations, businesses and entrepreneurs are expected to have access to a secure and easy-to-use electronic payment solution.” In this article . It was turned on to mark the 125th anniversary of Bose’s birth on Sunday and will remain lit up until a permanent statue is erected in its place.