Implement Work Life Balance, Bank Jatim Joins Badminton Friendship Match

Date: 11 june 2023

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PT Bank Pembangunan Daerah Jawa Timur Tbk or bankjatim continues to optimize the talents of its employees in various internal and external activities. Most recently, bankjatim has participated in a badminton friendly match with PB Blitar and PBSI Blitar.

Located at the Blitar Multipurpose Building, the activity was attended by bankjatim's Risk Management Director as well as PB bankjatim Supervisor Eko Susetyono, PB bankjatim Chairman Mugni Nurachman, Regional Secretary of Blitar Regency Izul Marom, and PBSI Chairman of Blitar Regency Himawan Prabowo on Saturday (6/10).

Eko said, this friendly match aims to synergize and collaborate with the Blitar Regency Government for the progress of Blitar Regency, including in the field of sports. In addition, this kind of event is also used as a place for friendship between employees and management.

Accepted by Eko, the company is indeed very concerned about the balance between work responsibilities and activities outside of work for employees in order to realize work-life balance. "One of them is by joining badminton. Because by joining activities like this, employees' health will automatically be excellent," he said.

Well, with excellent physical condition will certainly have a positive effect on employee productivity. "We want to always create a work environment where employees are not only working, but can also do other positive activities such as sports," continued Eko.

He emphasized, in essence, bankjatim wants to be a positive workplace that can always provide space for potential talents to develop. "Because basically, a positive work environment will have a positive impact on employee satisfaction," he explained.

Eko also hopes that badminton friendly matches like this can be a means for workers to channel their talents and hobbies, especially in the badminton field. "We will continue to be committed to providing added value to the bankjatim family and the wider community," he said.