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|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by OkunrinMeta: 5:16pm On Sep 12|
No mind the guy. And he is still quoting me as if he is making sense.
In lots of places, an unconfirmed staff needs to give 1 month notice, and a confirmed staff must give 3 months notice or pay instead of notice. These are conditions stated in signed and valid employment letters which i am sure a number of first bank applicants have signed with there current employers. These are the kind of terms we would sign with first bank if employed.
Maybe the guy has only worked in a cyber cafe.
What annoys me is the confidence with which people spread wrong information on NL.
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by Onlywoman92: 5:52pm On Sep 12|
I think he is just trying to be realistic because truth is FBN won't give you more than a week at most to report for training so it's actually your choice to ditch your current job for it or stay with your current job due to the conditions attached.
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by dkingskid: 6:27pm On Sep 12|
The issue of resigning 'properly' cannot be over emphasized. My current employers gave me 3 days to assume office and I hadnt dropped any prior notice at my previous place of work. I had to resign effective immediately, forfeiting a month's salary anyway, but of course it ddn't go down well with them. I got a formal letter stating that my resignation wasn't accepted and I would be denied any recommendations in the future.
Good thing was my present employers ddn't bother abt this when i showed them the letter, (just in case they decide to perform a bad ground check at any point in time).I was made to understand that the position was an entry level position, and as such it was assumed I had never worked anywhere. Fair enough money, but now I can't put the experiemce in my cv, cos u can never tell which company will conduct a background check. Naso 1 year work experience waste.
The truth is, no employer likes an effective immediately resignation, despite the forfeiture of one's salary. Appropriate time is expected to be given for a proper handover of all documents to the firm and for the firm to hire a replacement. So it's not impossible for one to get a bad recommendation from such employers when the need arises. In the big 4s, u must drop a month's notice as an associate and from senior level, 3 months. U no even get choice.
But then there's really nothing anyone can do about it, the FBN job is an entry level job, so we are not expected to have worked anywhere, hence the short notice (which is still not right anyways), but na naija we dey, so we not gats accept am like that.
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by alex20009: 7:09pm On Sep 12|
Notice period is kinda tricky now especially when one is not certain of when training school with start. I believe what should be next is training school or is there any other process
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by Onlywoman92: 7:18pm On Sep 12|
Nawa for the tussle on top notice period o No wonder we fresh graduate no dey see job.when people wey don chop belleful go still dey follow us drag job
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by alex20009: 7:24pm On Sep 12|
Na so, please reliable sources when is training school starting
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by Onlywoman92: 7:27pm On Sep 12|
I don't even have sauce sef let alone stew
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by alex20009: 7:28pm On Sep 12|
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by OkunrinMeta: 7:45pm On Sep 12|
I understand how we have to be "realistic". One can only be impressed if first bank gives like 3 months notice. But ....what is right is right.
So maybe i owe someone an apology.
But before that, let me ask you, if the experience at the place you resigned was 2-3 years, would you have acted the-same way? Should you now have to pull thesame stunt to join first bank and how would you explain the gapS in your CV if you do?
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by OkunrinMeta: 7:51pm On Sep 12|
I understand your point. Life is all about making choices and having to live with whatever the consequences.
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by mijestic: 8:16pm On Sep 12|
Onlywoman92:I just tire my sister. If them wan chop more sebi na to remain where they Re. Stay there dey form notice period, process and procedure on top another entry level job wey them apply for with their own hand.
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by okusabiola: 9:37pm On Sep 12|
Please anyone with an idea of what's needed for TS cos notice may be short as speculated and some of us aren't really chanced,so we won't be caught unaware.
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by dkingskid: 6:36am On Sep 13|
Onlywoman92:lol, when u get the FBN job, if u see a better entry level opportunity elsewhere, don't apply u hear?
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by Onlywoman92: 6:42am On Sep 13|
I am very considerate. I won't go for it
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by dkingskid: 7:01am On Sep 13|
OkunrinMeta:To start with, i never said FBN shld give a 1or 3 months notice, like I said it's an entry level opposition so one can understand if no notice is given at all. I was only explaining generally why it is important to resign properly, but this is NL, so it's expected for people to run their mouths.
On if I would have left if my experience was 2 to 3 years? Yes!. Fam it was a small startup company with a ridiculous pay, Trust me, you'd leave too. I might have taken the job experience from my CV, but I ddn't take it out of my head. What i learnt will stay with me forever.
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by dkingskid: 7:07am On Sep 13|
Onlywoman92:loool, nothing do you o.
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by mrdankonxept: 9:14am On Sep 13|
Guy you go do your own too except u get your dream job at once.
As the matta bi now, the hustle tussle continues, after first bank sef , we still dey find job bross
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by Onlywoman92: 9:17am On Sep 13|
Ayam not a bros
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by Tigris007: 9:44am On Sep 13|
FOUND THIS ON THE 2013 THREAD WHEN THEY WERE
EXPECTING F.B. RESPONSE AFTER A.C...great read
Dr Ubani works in one of Houston's biggest cardiology centers. His wife heads over 200 people in an IT firm in Texas too. Living above average they have one dream for which they saved religiously. The dream to someday go back home to Umuahia in Abia state and set up their own businesses.
Meanwhile...... Martins and his wife who both run successful businesses in Umuahia have not missed their "prayer point" in the last 4yrs. "Lord this dream must come through, we must relocate to America.
Uche Nwokocha watches through the window of his high rise First bank office everyday. Admiring independent businessmen. Hating his cage. "Sorry his job I mean" and wishing to be a self employed entrepreneur someday.
Meanwhile... Paul Oluwole walks pass that same First bank building everyday. His CV in his hand and sweat on his forehead, asking God "when"?. When would I say "I work for First Bank. That should be my office up there"
Mrs Aisha Bello, wife of a multi billionaire wishes she could turn back time and re-pick her husband. Marriage has been hell for her and and she wishes for singleness. Meanwhile Funke who works for her would give anything to be Mr Bello's wife. 4th wife is ok sef. "See fine man with cash. Kai some women are lucky" she says.
The stupidity that is inherent in envy and comparison of lives is the kind that needs exorcism to expel. Given the shoes of the man with the life you want may be all that you need to cure you of your inordinate longing. The grass is not always greener on the other side. When you look well, you will see that some glamour carry pain underneath.
Don't wish to be in anybody's shoe because you don't use the same size.
As you trust God for a better life, be content with what you have and where you are. I pray you will end well and in God! Amen!
Nanyt to you all fellow First bankers."
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by Tigris007: 10:18am On Sep 13|
Very apt for your question...found it on the previous thread.
Congratulations!Following your successfulcompletionof documentationand medicals,we are pleasedto offeryou admissioninto the First AcademyFoundationSchool
Date: Monday 20th April, 2015
Venue: First Academy, 2 Abebe Village Road (beside Nigeria Breweries Plc.), Iganmu, LagosState
Please notethatyour admissionletterwill be issuedto you at the First Academy.
Also, the bank has a dresscodeand it has to be strictly adhereto as statedbelow:
* The dresscodefor MEN - black, navy blue or dark grey suitswith black shoes/beltand white or sky blue shirts
* The dresscodefor WOMEN - black, navy blue or dark grey skirtsuits/trousersuits
Sport wears are also compulsoryfor all Trainees for use in the academy, kindlybring onealong.
Kind regards, ;
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by Tigris007: 10:22am On Sep 13|
For those who have done documentation, a staff from f.b says within a month, call-up mail with storm in.
This means, preparation should begin in earnest, they said shirt color is white and sky-blue(only ).
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by alex20009: 12:48pm On Sep 13|
Please how sure are u of the info
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by Tigris007: 1:56pm On Sep 13|
I'm not one that mentions "reliable source"....I say what I know and specifically detail whom I heard it from. A confirmed staff says it usually takes a month for those who have done documentation to get mail for t.s.
I subjected it to reason myself, and I see the utmost possibility....also whatever is prepared for isn't necessarily going to waste. It might even be cost-effective to buy things for less now as we approach the yuletide season...so I decided to share.
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by alex20009: 2:16pm On Sep 13|
Thanks a lot
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by BigDealz: 3:21pm On Sep 13|
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by okusabiola: 10:20pm On Sep 13|
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by gbemiclassic(m): 7:36am On Sep 14|
Meanwhile, we still await our AC ooo.
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by BigDealz: 8:07am On Sep 14|
Sorry to say... One still have more hope waiting on the Lord than this AC... I really pray God answers our prayers
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by mayscarlet: 4:59pm On Sep 14|
Guys, Please would first bank send a rejection mail if the person was not accepted?
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by youcanconfirm: 5:45pm On Sep 14|
I am not answering your question yea.. but stay positive fam! don't think no negative stuff yo! God will perfect his work. AMEN
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by okusabiola: 6:07pm On Sep 14|
mayscarlet:Do you mean after documentation and medicals, is there such possibility?
|Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by ezzo09(m): 9:37am On Sep 15|
News reaching me From an unreliable source is that TS mails might drop next week or upper week. So please just prepare yourself in advance if you are a TS hopeful. The time to prepare might really be limited. All those who might need to resign should begin to find out from their current employers their obligations.
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