It is the fourth straight year the bank has been named a top place to work in the Metroplex and follows 2016 Top Workplace honors in both Houston and San Antonio.
Texas Capital Bank was named a top place to work in Dallas-Fort Worth Thursday by the Dallas Morning News, ranking No. 28 in the large company category.
Thousands of companies compete in the rankings, but only 100 are recognized.
It is the fourth straight year the bank has been named a top place to work in the Metroplex and follows 2016 Top Workplace honors for Texas Capital Bank in both Houston and San Antonio.
The latest recognition underscores the effort and emphasis Texas Capital Bank puts on the work environment.
“Our goal at Texas Capital Bank is to create a great place for all our employees to work, learn and achieve,” said Keith Cargill, president and CEO of Texas Capital Bank. “I’m proud to say our workplace reflects that. A great place to work not only builds morale, it also provides a strategic advantage in helping businesses grow and communities prosper.”
What’s more, Mr. Cargill said, “Our work environment has helped us foster a strong sense of purpose, a place where our employees see banking as a calling as much as a job.”
The Morning News bases its rankings on employee survey data from an independent third party as well as scores across a combination of seven areas, which include connection and direction of company, pay and benefits, confidence in leadership and work-life balance.