Nine Things Nigerian Bankers Hate About Their Jobs

The Nigerian banking space is fiercely competitive; only the fittest survive. Maintaining the minimum capital base means adopting aggressive marketing techniques and a cutting edge corporate culture. The pressure this goal places on bank workers makes banking one of the least enviable professions in Nigeria today. Below are some of things that Nigerian bankers hate about their jobs...

1. Perennial late closing hours
2. Being engaged on a contract basis and earning far less than other permanent staff
3. Having to work 50 hours and above every week including weekends
4. Non-existent study leave
5. Unrealistic job target
6. Job insecurity and loss over the smallest infractions
7. Abusive language
8. Heavy workloads
9. Poor or non-existent severance packages

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