We work diligently to be a successful, principled, involved financial institution that serves its customers and communities. For that reason, we’re beyond proud of the accolades we have received in recognition of our hard work.
Fifth Third Bank was selected as a 2017 Disability Matters honoree, presented by Springboard Consulting LLC. We were recognized with the highest honor in the “Employer of Choice” category for taking our work with Project SEARCH, Stand Up To Cancer, and our multiple business resource groups in each region for employees and allies, including individuals with disabilities. Fifth Third has previously been recognized in the three sub-categories from Disability Matters, including the “Marketplace” award in 2016, “Workforce” award in 2015 and “Workplace” award in 2014. The awards recognize our commitment to hiring and engaging individuals with disabilities, and providing a transition-to-work training program with marketable and competitive skill-building opportunities to young adults with disabilities through Project SEARCH.
The Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index is the national benchmarking tool on corporate policies and practices pertinent to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees. Fifth Third Bank earned a perfect score of 100 percent and the distinction of Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality. This acknowledgement also is recognized in the Buying for Workplace Equality Guide, which provides consumers insights into business’ workplace policies and social practices to influence purchasing decisions.
For the sixth consecutive year, we’ve been named one of the 2016 Top Workplaces in Greater Cincinnati by The Cincinnati Enquirer. Honorees were recognized based on employee responses to a survey that asked about manager effectiveness, ethics, opportunities, benefits and more. Achieving the Top Workplaces award acknowledges Fifth Third’s commitment to creating an engaging and inclusive environment that brings out the best in our employees. Through a culture that supports ideas and innovation, with ample opportunity for personal and professional growth, we are able to deliver consistently great service and solutions for our customers.
For the fourth consecutive year, Fifth Third Bank was a 2016 Disability Matters honoree by Springboard Consulting LLC. The Bank was recognized in the “Marketplace” category for its work with Stand Up To Cancer and its support of people living and battling through cancer.
Fifth Third Bank was recognized as a Save 10 Employer for its dedication to helping employees successfully save for retirement. Save 10, a coalition of employers through the Financial Services Roundtable, empowers employers to help put their employees on the path to save, eventually saving a minimum of 10 percent of their income, and ultimately providing for a more secure retirement.
Fifth Third Bank was recognized by the American Heart Association as a Gold Level Fit-Friendly Worksite. The award is given to worksites that offer employees physical activity support, provide healthy eating options and promote a culture of wellness. The Bank is proud to offer employees the myWellness program, powered by HumanaVitality, to help employees achieve their wellness goals and support a healthy lifestyle. Last week, Amy Donovan, assistant vice president and senior employee benefits analyst, accepted the award on the Bank’s behalf at the opening of the Heart Mini Marathon in Cincinnati.
Fifth Third Bank’s commitment to small businesses was recognized by Greenwich Associates as a “Best Brand in Small Business Banking” award winner. Fifth Third was one of 12 banks out of 750 evaluated in the U.S. to receive the “Best Brand-Overall” designation.
Fifth Third Bank has earned Gallup’s Great Workplace award three times, including a 2015 award. This prestigious honor acknowledges the degree to which employees feel connected, valued and supported in their workplace.
Fifth Third Bank was honored for its dedication to community service and financial literacy.
Fifth Third was honored by Ohio Excellence in Disability Inclusion for its work on behalf of employees and customers with disabilities.
Fifth Third’s Madisonville, Ohio, campus was recognized as an honoree at the 2015 Green Business Awards presented by the Cincinnati Business Courier and the Cincinnati Regional Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council for its campus recycling program.
Presented by Opportunities of Ohioans with Disabilities to Fifth Third for its work with Project SEARCH, a school-to-work transition program for people with disabilities.
Green Umbrella, the regional sustainability alliance for Greater Cincinnati, honored Fifth Third as an inaugural Gold member of the Transit-Friendly Destination program. The Bank’s Madisonville, Ohio, campus was recognized for specific measures to make it easier for employees to get to and from work.