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Citizens National Bank ranked as one of best banks to work for


American Banker Magazine has ranked Citizens National Bank as one of the Best Banks to Work For in 2018.

In an analysis conducted by Best Companies Group, bank employees are surveyed extensively and a review of employer reports on benefits and policies is submitted for consideration.

To qualify, banks must have at least 50 employees working in the United States and must be a commercial or retail bank. The employer questionnaire captures information about workplace policies and practices. Employees of Citizens National Bank were also surveyed and asked to respond to statements on a 5-point agreement scale.


In addition to providing a thriving workplace culture for employees that includes generous employee benefits, CNB’s community volunteer program, CNBe Community, and numerous charitable contributions contributed to this prestigious classification.

Citizens National Bank President and Chief Executive Officer, Jason Smith said, “We are more than pleased with this honor. We’re proud of our family atmosphere at Citizens. We strongly believe in putting people first and the power of community. The ability of our employees and management teams to work side by side is the cornerstone of our success.”

American Banker Magazine, an essential resource for senior executives in banking and financial services, keeps its users updated on vital developments in innovation, transformation, and disruption; technology, regulation, and reform.

Founded in Bossier City in 1985, Citizens National Bank is headquartered in Bossier City and serves the parishes of Bossier, Caddo, Claiborne, DeSoto and Webster with twelve branches. Citizens National Bank received an A+ rating from DepositAccounts.com, which places the bank’s financial health in the highest tier (top 10 percent) of the approximately 13,000 federally insured banks and credit unions nationwide.

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