HR operation of BRAC Bank Limited
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This report presents the work experience on a Private Commercial Bank known as BBL(BRAC Bank Limited) This internship report is based on the three month long internship program that I had successfully completed in BRAC Bank ltd from September 10,2014 to December 9, 2014 as a requirement of my BBA program in the Department of Business Administration. My internship report topic is HR Operations in BRAC Bank Limited.As being completely new to the practical and corporate world setting, every hour spent in the HR Division of BRAC Bank ltd gave me some amount of experience which is very precious for my career ahead. This report includes how an HR Department works, what are the possible divisions and work distribution in an HRD, recruitment process, training and development initiatives, how to keep employees motivated as well as how to control in subordinations, compensation and benefits planning, how to lead etc. I have worked in Human Resource Division of BRAC Bank Limited with almost all the wings of HR like Recruitment, Learning & Organization Development (Training), Compensation, Pay and Benefits and HR Administration. BRAC Bank has a rich Human Resource Department. It maintains the organizational responsibilities successfully. The HR team of BRAC Bank is completely organized and well reputed team. My personal views about the HRD, my value addition to the HRD is also included in the report. With limited knowledge and experience I tried my best to make this report as much understandable as possible and translated the real world experience into a document. The various boundaries to process improvement and maintaining ethical standards in a corporate environment have also been experienced. But even so, how those policies and practices are In-Line with the corporate strategy are discussed in this report.Before drawing any conclusion based on this report it may be noted that the report was prepared in a very short term and there is lack in data. But still the report may be useful for designing any further study to evaluate the HR facilities provided by the banks.