On Monday Citizens Financial Group CEO Bruce Van Saun congratulated 132 colleagues who have been with the bank for 25 years or more. These colleagues will have specially inscribed bricks bearing …
On Monday Citizens Financial Group CEO Bruce Van Saun congratulated 132 colleagues who have been with the bank for 25 years or more. These colleagues will have specially inscribed bricks bearing their names – including Warwick residents Peggy Allspach and Leslie Rudowski – installed outside Citizens headquarters at One Citizens Plaza in Providence. More than 2,300 colleagues have been honored with bricks since the bank started the tradition in 1999.
“Without a doubt, it’s our people that make Citizens special, and I always appreciate the opportunity to recognize our longstanding colleagues who have helped us grow into the leading financial institution we are today,” said Bruce Van Saun, Chairman and CEO, Citizens Financial Group.
The ceremony kicked off Citizens’ Credo Week, a special time each year when the bank celebrates its colleagues – as well as its customers, communities and shareholders. It’s an opportunity for employees to support one another in living up to the Citizens Credo; striving to always exceed customer expectations, do the right thing, think long-term and work together.
Credo Week is an important and long-standing tradition that is embedded within Citizens’ culture. It provides an opportunity to engage, inspire and appreciate the meaningful impact its employees deliver to their customers and communities. The Citizens Credo provides an essential guidepost for all the ways the bank works to help its customers, colleagues, communities, and shareholders reach their potential.
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