Bank recognized as Best Bank to Work for by American Banker, a Top Place to Work in Massachusetts by The Boston Globe and the Best Small Bank in Massachusetts by Newsweek
Release date: December 13, 2022
Hyannis, MA – Cape Cod 5 was recently recognized as one of the 2022 Best Banks to Work For by American Banker, one of the Top Places to Work in Massachusetts by The Boston Globe and as the Best Small Bank in Massachusetts by Newsweek.
“Our workplace culture is our secret sauce, and our goal is to empower each of our employees as important members of our team, creating opportunities for them to grow and thrive in their careers. Together, they work towards our mission, and we celebrate these awards as a reflection of their contributions – as individuals as well as their collective efforts,” said Matt Burke, CEO of Cape Cod 5. “We are so grateful for our hard-working team for making these accomplishments possible and for our customers for allowing us to serve as their trusted community bank.”
This is the fifth consecutive year that Cape Cod 5 has been recognized in both the American Banker and The Boston Globe annual awards. Cape Cod 5 was named #9 among all banks recognized nationwide on the American Banker’s Best Banks to Work For list in recognition of its ongoing investment in employee wellbeing, career development, innovation and continuous growth. The Bank was also ranked #9 large employer on The Boston Globe list of Top Places to Work, and was included on the list recognizing the top 150 employers in the state who have offered more for their employees – flexibility, support and purpose in their work. Consideration for both awards included a review of employment and hiring practices and an independently managed employee survey to evaluate individualized feedback on workplace categories.
Developed in partnership with LendingTree, Newsweek’s annual Best Banks ranking evaluates FDIC-insured banks and credit unions across the country on more than 50 different factors to identify the best-in-class options in 26 different categories.