Star Tribune Names Bell Bank Minnesota’s Best Workplace
JUL 10, 2020 - 6:43 am
For the second year in a row, Bell Bank was honored as the No. 1 Best Workplace (Large Companies) in Minnesota, as listed by the Star Tribune. Bell was the only bank listed among the state’s best large companies.
Bell also received a special Direction Award, recognizing the company’s vision and people-first focus. The awards were announced during a virtual celebration hosted by the Star Tribune.
“Awards like these are especially meaningful because they’re based in large part on employee surveys and reflect how our team members feel about the Bell family and their workplace,” Michael Solberg, president and CEO of Bell Bank, said. “It takes all 1,500-plus employees, at all of our locations, to earn this type of recognition. Our employees bring that positive energy to their interactions with our customers, and that’s what’s different about working and doing business at Bell.”
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