NORWAY — Norway Savings Bank is pleased to announce it is the recipient of two distinguished accolades that recognize NSB for its commitment to supporting the wellness of team members and meeting the needs of working parents.

Wellness Workdays, a leading provider of corporate wellness programs, named NSB a “Best Wellness Employer.” NSB received a Gold Certification designation, the highest achievable level which is only awarded to select businesses in the country that consistently display a commitment to creating best-in-class corporate wellness programs. NSB met and exceeded rigorous evaluation standards in assessment, strategy, implementation, and evaluation. It marks the sixth straight year that NSB has so been honored.

The Best Wellness Employer program was developed by Wellness Workdays in collaboration with experts from Harvard Medical School to recognize significant achievements of U.S. employers dedicated to improving employee health and wellbeing.

“Our team members are our greatest assets, so offering education, encouragement, and programming to support healthy lifestyles are priorities that we’re always happy to invest in,” said Dan Walsh, President and CEO of Norway Savings Bank. “We understand that creating and maintaining a flourishing culture is critical to the success of any organization and the people that help it succeed.”

In addition, NSB has also been recognized as a “Best Place for Working Parents” winner for being committed to “supporting working parents through family-friendly practices.” The honor was bestowed by The Best Place for Working Parents, an organization that celebrates businesses across the country for their supportive policies regarding company-paid healthcare coverage, paid time off, parental leave, nursing benefits, childcare assistance, flexible hours, working remotely, and other categories.

“We consistently hear that our team members appreciate and admire the effort that is made at NSB to emphasize proper work-life balance and the flexibility to focus on family,” said Richelle Wallace, Executive Vice President and Senior Resources Officer for NSB. “A culture that supports parents and families thrives. It builds loyalty, increases productivity, and most importantly, prioritizes our people.”

The two accolades are an affirmation of NSB’s longstanding belief that caring for team members is the best way to achieve and maintain a positive and top-performing organization.

“Striving to cultivate an empowered workforce and enthusiastic workplace benefits our team members, customers, and communities,” said Walsh. “It helps us navigate challenges, continue to grow, and provides us with a strong and hopeful path forward.”

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