NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMMITS TO EMPLOYEE HEALTH AND WELLNESS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Wilmington, Ohio – The National Bank and Trust Company was recently recognized as a 2012 Ohio Healthy Worksite by the Ohio Department of Health. This award recognizes Ohio employers that demonstrate a commitment to employee health by incorporating comprehensive worksite health promotion and wellness programs. It acknowledges efforts to facilitate and encourage employee health, enhance productivity and ensure a healthy work environment.
In 2013, the Bank continues their initiative to promote health and wellness in the workplace. The employees of NB&T joined National Wear Red Day on February 1 to celebrate American Heart Month. The employees at the Main Office formed a heart in the lobby for a picture to show their support.
The bank has several other initiatives planned throughout the year including a Sleep Challenge that encourages employees to get 7-8 hours of sleep at night, a Wellness Challenge where employees will participate in teams to achieve different health and wellness activities, an annual Bio-metric Screening that will provide vital health tests for employees as well as provide educational materials for healthy living and our Commit to Be Fit Campaign that will highlight employees who participate in local runs/walks in our communities. Not only does their participation promote a healthy lifestyle, but it helps support the organizations that host the events.
About NB&T Financial and National Bank and Trust
NB&T Financial is the holding company for National Bank and Trust, which is a full service financial institution offering deposit, loan, investment and insurance products for personal and business needs. NB&T was originally founded in 1872 and has remained true to its community banking philosophy and local presence since. NB&T prides itself on delivering unparalleled customer service and guidance to customers that meets their individual life stage goals.
NB&T Financial had, as of December 31, 2012, total assets of $651 million, cash management accounts totaling $28 million, trust and brokerage assets with a market value of $290 million, and loans serviced for other of $48 million resulting in a total of $1.02 billion in assets under management, and currently operates 22 full service offices in six Ohio counties.