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Best Large Company to Work For: Bell Bank

Headquarters: Fargo

Bell Bank's headquarters at 3100 13th Ave. S. in Fargo. Forum file photo
Bell Bank has been named Best Large Company to Work For in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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What makes you stand out?

Every team member is empowered to ‘lead with their heart’ and do the right thing,” Chief Culture Officer Julie Peterson Klein said. “We have a very simple mission statement we call our ‘bottom line,’ and that is, ‘Happy employees! Happy customers!’ We know when we’re a great company to work for, our teams will in turn take great care of our customers. We’re so honored to be recognized locally and nationally as a top workplace.”

How do you cultivate corporate culture?

“Our core values – family atmosphere, unequaled service, and paying it forward – are easy to remember and keep top of mind for everyone at Bell Bank,” Klein said. “Throughout the year, we embrace those values. We encouraged all of our employees to actively recognize their co-workers when they ‘catch them’ doing good work through actions that embody family, service or giving back to the community.”

  • Second place: Bethany Retirement Living
  • Third place: Eventide Senior Living Communities
  • Fourth place: Essentia Health
  • Fifth place: Western Products

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