Hawaii National Bank honored
Hawaii National Bank is one of 66 organizations nationwide to win the 2014 Seal of Distinction Award from the nonprofit WorldatWork’s Alliance for Work-Life Progress.
The seal is a unique mark of excellence designed to identify organizational success in work-life effectiveness. Launched in 2012, this recognition assesses seven key categories that comprise a best-in-class work-life portfolio, including caring for dependents, health and wellness, workplace flexibility, financial support for economic security, paid and unpaid time off, community involvement and transforming organizational culture.
“As a locally owned community bank, we value our unique ability to work individually with each employee on a tailored career path that leaves room to explore personal goals and make a real impact every day,” said Bryan Luke, president and chief operating officer. “We are proud to be home to one of the best employee training and advancement programs in the industry.”
This year’s winners represent a variety of industries — including education, finance, government, health, law, manufacturing and pharmaceuticals — and hail from 20 states and the District of Columbia.
The 2014 list has 24 new honorees, including Hawaii National Bank. The bank will be among those honored March 20 at the Work-Life Awards Luncheon at the AWLP Work-Life Forum in Baltimore.
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