Great Company Culture Sets Honor Bank Apart!

Dixie Hoeh

Great company culture sets Honor Bank apart!

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Banking culture gets a bad rap sometimes, but the community atmosphere at Honor Bank is part of what makes our local bank special. Learn why Honor Bank employees work for a community bank!

Honor Bank employees are empowered to do what is right for the customers

Decisions are made locally! The banking culture at Honor Bank encourages the employees to listen, advise and make decisions for customers. (Calling higher management is not required!)

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Honor Bank encourages growth within the company

Training, transfer and promotion opportunities are available to Honor Bank employees. Employees help chart their own professional growth and contribute to Honor Bank’s planning goals for success by participating in monthly check ins. Teamwork within the company contributes to our great company culture.

Employees volunteer in their local communities

Employees are provided with paid volunteer hours as a benefit to give back to their communities. We work and live in the local communities and volunteering allows us to work side by side with our customers to make a difference.

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Employees and their families are supported by Honor Bank

Flexibility of schedules and time off requests for families are encouraged and supported by Honor Bank. We step up when a fellow employee needs support. We take on job responsibilities and fill in the gaps so our “bank family members” may be with their families.

Banking culture at Honor Bank

It’s more than the paycheck at Honor Bank. The banking culture at Honor Bank can be summed up in one word. Family. We care about each other, we support each other, and we are supported by Honor Bank. That is why we work for a community bank! Family.

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