Hancock Whitney Named One of America's Best Midsize Employers by Forbes

Rudi Wetzel, June 28, 2019

At Hancock Whitney, we follow a simple forward-thinking philosophy – to never know completion. This mindset embraces our proud heritage and envisions a stronger future not just for our clients, but for our associates by creating a workplace where our people can thrive.

Building a first-class workplace

Through a steadfast commitment to our century-old core values we’ve created a company culture built around respect, diversity and teamwork that recently landed Hancock Whitney on Forbes’ list of America’s Best Midsize Employers.

We are truly honored to be among America’s best midsize employers and are delighted about this accolade because the recognition is based on associate feedback. We are thankful to those associates who responded and shared their positive experience of working at Hancock Whitney. Our talented team of associates are the faces, voices and spirit of our organization. To the people and communities we serve, our associates are Hancock Whitney.

 

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Our Promise to Associates

We’re passionate about consistently delivering on our promise to our team—You have a voice. You can grow. You are important. Through diversity and inclusion initiatives, our commitment to professional development and advancement, competitive benefits and heartfelt appreciation, we are able to attract, retain and promote incredible talent that makes Hancock Whitney a great place to work and build a successful career.

Congratulations to our associates, this honor is truly theirs for living our values each day and creating a first-class working environment for their colleagues.

About America’s Best Employers List

America's Best Employers are selected based on an independent, anonymous survey from a vast sample of approximately 50,000 employees working for companies with at least 1,000 employees in their U.S. locations. Respondents shared how likely they would be to recommend their employer to others and evaluated their employers on factors including working conditions, salary, potential for development and company image.