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FNB Creates a Culture of Wellbeing

FNB Creates a Culture of Wellbeing


As we flip the calendar to a new year and a new decade, businesses and companies around the world will seek to reach new heights and make more money, putting more stress on their workforce by demanding higher performance.

That’s not exactly the case for The First National Bank in Sioux Falls.

FNB has declared a strategic commitment to invest in their teammates, and ultimately, their customers by creating a Culture of Wellbeing. The wellbeing of FNB teammates is directly related to the Bank’s performance: Investing in teammates’ wellbeing will help FNB better serve their customers, helping everyone to reach new levels of success.

When businesses invest in the wellbeing of their employees and customers, those efforts spill over into the community and the entire state. That’s why FNB is doing their part to keep South Dakota as the top-ranking state in the U.S. for wellbeing.

“Wellbeing is about the combination of our love for what we do each day, the quality of our relationships, the security in our finances, the vibrancy of our physical health, and the pride we take in what we have contributed to our communities,” authors of “Wellbeing: The Five Essential Elements,” Rath and Harter say.

Internally, FNB has gifted teammates with the book “Wellbeing: The Five Essential Elements,” and strategically empowered the Bank’s Wellbeing Committee to carry out the exciting efforts of the initiative.

“We hope to see positive changes in our coworkers and plan to establish the importance of being well through events, Lunch & Learns, and of course, friendly competitions.” Bri Ridley, one of FNB’s customer service specialists and member of the Wellbeing Committee, says. “The Bank’s emphasis on wellbeing just proves how much they care for their employees. It’s so great to be a part of the committee that plays such a major role in that.”

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