For the fifth year in a row, Regions Bank has been recognized by Gallup for fostering a culture of engagement, receiving the 2019 Gallup Great Workplace Award!
“At Regions, we have an intentional focus on engagement and how it contributes to our success and helps fuel growth,” said Dave Keenan, head of Human Resources for Regions. “Being named a Gallup Great Workplace Award recipient for a fifth year in a row truly affirms our efforts to create a culture of engagement among all our associates.”
Diversity and inclusion series brings together Regions associates for a candid discussion about Asian culture and the benefits of a diverse workplace.
A Clear Path Toward Successful Careers - Regions joins new workforce-development program giving high school seniors, graduates new opportunities.
Rachel Bryant, head of Market, Liquidity, Capital and Strategic Risk Management for Regions Bank, has been named a Most Powerful Women in Banking: Next award recipient by American Banker. The inaugural award recognizes 15 high-achieving women 40 years of age and younger, each with accomplishments and influence that set them apart.
Regions Financial Joins Ceres Company Network, a network of companies who focus on sustainability goals, sound governance structures. As a new member of the Ceres Company Network, Regions joins approximately 50 companies, including dozens of Fortune 500 firms, committed to achieving sustainability goals and improving resiliency in their operations and supply chains. Through the Network, Regions will gain unique access to a breadth of external perspectives and Ceres’ guidance to advance the ongoing transition to a more sustainable, low-carbon economy.
Regions Financial Corp. announced a significant expansion of our associate benefits program, including an enhanced parental leave policy and an increase to the company’s 401(k) match.
Promoting "Financial Fitness" is a top priority for our branch network as they look to educate the people in their communities. This article from Doing More Today highlights some of those teams:
Regions reports earnings for the 4th quarter and full year of 2018 and President and CEO John Turner had this to say: "Our team finished the year strong achieving record full-year earnings driven by solid revenue generation, expense management and a focus on continuous improvement. Through our Simplify and Grow initiative, we made structural changes to create a more nimble organization while making strategic investments in talent and technology to better serve our customers. We have positive momentum heading into 2019 and are well-positioned to generate consistent and sustainable long-term performance across economic cycles.”
Regions has been named to Forbes' list of "The Best Employers For Diversity 2019" for cultivating an inclusion culture that supports all workers.
Regions has championed diversity and inclusion for years. The work of Green, and the experience of the three leaders who shared openly at the inaugural Conversations with Clara event, serve as the company’s next step toward creating greater awareness of the benefits of diversity and inclusion across the organization.