FNB Achieves Regional and National Workplace Honors
PITTSBURGH, Pa. – F.N.B. Corp. and its banking subsidiary, First National Bank, continue to earn regional and national honors.
For the second consecutive year, F.N.B. has earned Top Workplace honors in Charlotte, North Carolina, and Baltimore, Maryland.
“Workplace honors that are driven by employee feedback are especially significant given the priority we have placed on building an engaging and productive environment for our team,” said Vincent J. Delie Jr., chairman, president and CEO of F.N.B. Corp. and First National Bank. “To see these awards continue as we have significantly grown our company is inspiring and speaks to the dedication of our executive team and our employees to maintain a superior culture.”
The Charlotte Observer selected F.N.B. as a Top Workplace in Charlotte, where it was one of fewer than 100 companies to be honored. The Baltimore Sun selected F.N.B. as a Top Workplace in Baltimore.
Top Workplaces awards are determined solely by employee feedback and compiled by Energage, a research firm that specializes in organizational health and workplace improvement.
F.N.B. has continued to receive Top Workplace recognition throughout its footprint and on a national level in 2023, including as a Top Workplace USA, Top Workplace for Financial Services and Top Workplace National Culture Excellence Awards winner.
F.N.B. also was recently named one of America’s Greatest Workplaces for Veterans by Newsweek.
Newsweek’s inaugural list recognizes companies that acknowledge and value veterans’ contributions and implement adaptable policies and practices such as leave allowances, flexible scheduling, relocation assistance and career advancement opportunities. The list was compiled based on a large-scale workplace survey and research conducted by Plant-A Insights Group, Newsweek’s data and research partner.
Newsweek also named F.N.B. to other lists in 2023, including the national list of America’s Greatest Workplaces.
Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.