FNB’s Commitment to Diversity, Inclusion Recognized

PITTSBURGH, Pa. – DiversityComm, a national news organization with a mission to create a more inclusive and equitable world, has named F.N.B. Corp. a Top Hispanic Employer and a Top Black Employer for the second consecutive year. 

The recognition builds on the multiple awards F.N.B. received in 2023, specifically for its workplace culture and commitment to diversity and inclusion, a news release states.

“The drive to do what is right guides our inclusive, rewarding culture and is evident in the many workplace awards F.N.B. has received,” said Vincent J. Delie Jr., chairman, president and chief executive officer of F.N.B. Corp. and First National Bank. “Our focus on building a strong, diverse workforce translates to superior performance and, ultimately, benefits our clients and the communities we serve.”

F.N.B.’s focus on workplace diversity is part of the company’s effort to promote greater equality in its service area overall. The company has invested hundreds of millions of dollars in initiatives to strengthen historically underserved communities, the release states. F.N.B. also deploys financial education and products and services that are designed to empower consumers to bank with confidence and achieve their goals.

Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.