Community bank Envision Bank has been recognized as one of The Boston Globe’s Top Places to Work 2020 winners following a survey of the Bank’s 220 employees. The Top Place to Work distinction is determined by an exhaustive employee survey that measures 24 key factors including leadership, compensation, training, workplace flexibility, and diversity.
“We’re very proud of this achievement as it’s based solely on feedback from Envision Bank colleagues,” said Bill Parent, Envision Bank President and CEO. “The Boston Globe’s recognition of Envision Bank’s work environment is a testament to the work we have done to create a professional, welcoming environment where people can be authentic. Trust, transparency and respect are the foundation for everything we do when we interact with our colleagues.”
Envision Bank provides performance-based compensation, a comprehensive menu of benefits, ongoing training and career growth opportunities. “We’re a company that cares and strives to place our colleagues’ needs first,” explained Envision Bank Vice President of People & Culture Beth Jacobson. “Work-life balance is a priority for us, and we’re able to flex our colleagues’ schedules through telecommuting arrangements, offer generous time-off benefits and work-life resources.”
The Boston Globe partnered with Energage, an employee research and consulting firm, to identify companies that exceed their employees’ expectations. More than 80,000 employees at 285 Massachusetts companies took the anonymous survey to measure the key factors determining the Top Places to Work.
“Maintaining and building a collaborative, transparent and fun environment is vital to retaining and fostering the people-focused culture of our organization. We are creating careers for our people and their workplace satisfaction relates to our long-term success and that of our customers and communities,” added Parent.