Gate City Bank is privileged to be named by Prairie Business magazine for the third year in a row as one of the 50 Best Places to Work in the region.
“We are honored to be selected for this recognition for the third year in a row,” said Steve Swiontek, Chairman, President, & CEO of Gate City Bank. “We are committed to the values of our culture, customer service, and providing a comfortable work environment for employees to thrive in while maintaining our status as an organization dedicated to the communities it serves.”
Gate City Bank takes pride in providing a stable, flexible, and fun work environment. Many of our employees have been with us for many years, and some their entire careers. We are known for longevity with our employees because we have a reputation where their hard work and talents are valued.
Gate City Bank’s culture values helping our employees make an impactful difference within our community through our Acts of Kindness program which include employee volunteerism and philanthropic giving.
“We encourage employees to be involved with organizations they are passionate about and to volunteer on company time,” Swiontek said. “We also match employees’ volunteer time with financial contributions to the organizations where they spend their time.”
Gate City Bank offers one of the best health insurance programs for employees in North Dakota. Gate City Bank is unique in that it uses a results-based wellness benefit that encourages employees to make healthy life choices and lowers health care expenditures. The Bank fosters a culture of wellness through fitness challenges, health club reimbursements, free on-site flu shots, reimbursement of smoking cessation program costs, and regular wellness communications.
Nearly 950 surveys were submitted for this year’s Prairie Business contest. Companies were nominated through an anonymous employee survey that outlined work environment, employee benefits and employee happiness. The 50 Best Places to Work in the region will be celebrated in the September issue of the magazine, which is available today on www.prairiebizmag.com.