Al Hilal Bank launches three-month wellness program


21/07/2011 00:00 AST  AME Info

Al Hilal Bank, a progressive Islamic bank, has launched a three-month wellness program for its senior employees in consultation with certified and celebrity nutritionist Nadine Halabi. The move is in line with the bank's goal of ensuring employee wellbeing and overall health.

The specially-designed program covers a comprehensive health assessment, followed by the recommendation of a personalized diet plan by a credible nutritionist, who will also set personalized targets for employees to achieve over the three-month period. Employees will also be offered eating tips for the summer and Ramadan period. Towards the end of the campaign in September, Halabi will review the progress made by each employee, comparing the results against the target set initially,

"Al Hilal Bank has always considered its staff as its most valuable asset, making it imperative for us to prioritize their wellbeing. We firmly believe that this wellness program will motivate our senior employees to adopt the best health practices that will also translate into greater productivity at work and reduced stress" said Mohamed Jamil Berro, CEO of Al Hilal Bank.

Al Hilal Bank is fully owned by the Abu Dhabi Investment Council, the investment body of the Abu Dhabi Government. Currently one of the fastest-growing Islamic banks in the UAE, Al Hilal Bank serves customers through 19 branches and over 100 ATMs spread across the UAE and two branches in Kazakhstan. It manages the Al Hilal GCC Equity Fund.

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