Fifth Third Bank opened four electric vehicle (EV) charging ports for employee-use in the parking lot of Fifth Third’s Corporate Service Center campus in Michigan during National Drive Electric Week in September. These ports are the second installation of electric vehicle charging stations for the Company. The first ports were installed at the Bank’s headquarters in Cincinnati in 2020.
Sept. 15-Oct. 15 honors cultures and contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans
Sept. 15 marks the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month, when the United States recognizes the contributions and influence of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the country’s history, culture and achievements.
Fifth Third Bank has a bilingual team that helps support the Bank’s Spanish-speaking customers. As a way to raise awareness about the call center, employees who work in this group share their thoughts on keeping the customer at the center, celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month and being inclusive.
CINCINNATI, September 28, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Since its founding in 1948, the Fifth Third Foundation has made education programs a key priority. In 2005, Fifth Third established its Scholarship Program to award one-time, $2,500 scholarships annually to children of Fifth Third employees for study at a college or university. This year’s scholarships total $62,500. Nearly 350 students have merited scholarships since 2005.
CINCINNATI, September 24, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Fifth Third Bank, National Association, today announced the appointment of Michele Mullins as the Company’s first climate risk officer. The role expands Mullins’ duties as director of enterprise risk governance and business support, and reflects the Bank’s commitment to environmental sustainability leadership.
Fifth Third is committed to helping people achieve their best lives through responsible financial solutions that are right for individuals and the community. Experience has taught us that we are capable of improving lives and making generational, transformative impacts in the communities we serve.
CINCINNATI, September 21, 2021 /3BL Media/ – Fifth Third Bank, National Association, today announced that its Express Banking account has received Bank On national certification for safe and affordable accounts. The certification was conferred by the Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding access to traditional banking and other financial empowerment services.
As part of our ongoing commitment to inclusion and diversity, Fifth Third’s total compensation programs are grounded in a philosophy that ensures all employees are paid fairly and equitably, and in compliance with the law.
Learning and development programs at Fifth Third are built upon a growth mindset, the belief that everyone’s skills and capabilities can be enhanced through dedication and work inspired by a thirst for learning.
We believe that learning and development must be accessible to meet a range of needs for employees and address a work environment in which skills need to evolve rapidly. Thus, we offer a rich mix of education, experiences, exposure, and tools necessary to expand knowledge and skills.
The Fifth Third Compass symbolizes our culture. Our Compass clearly communicates who we are, what we believe, how we deliver value and how we interact with others.
The Compass is so important in our culture that it is intentionally and regularly reinforced through employee communications and training, engagement initiatives, performance reviews and metrics as well as our everyday actions, processes and business controls.