Recruitment of First Visually Impaired Employee

Standard Chartered Bank Indonesia recruited the first visually impaired employee, Fien Adriani, as CRES Help Desk Team starting June 2008. Prior joining SCB, Fien worked as an Operator as well as Customer Service for a Tours and Travel Company and continued as the Senior Secretary to the Holding company. Having studied at Foreign Language Institution in Bandung, West Java, majoring German Literature, Fien gave private lessons to teach both English and German. One of her students was the wife of Aa Gym, a Spiritual Guru. The recruitment of Fien is clearly reflecting the Diversity & Inclusion principle that we have in our Bank, where we give equal opportunity for every people to be in our team. It is imperative to make each individual employee to feel they are valued and respected for who they are as a person and for what they bring to the organisation without any gender barrier or others, as part of our effort to achieve our brand promise: Leading by Example to be the Right Partner.


Fien and CRES team
Fien and CRES team.

Fien at workplace
Fien at workplace.

Fien walking home
Fien walking home.

 

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