1st Source Bank named top workplace by U.S. News & World Report

1st Source Bank named top workplace by U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World Report named 1st Source Bank a Best Company to Work For in the Midwest.

The nationa publication recognized the South Bend-based bank, the largest headquartered in northern Indiana, as a top workplace in its Best Companies ratings for 2024–2025.

U.S. News & World Report looked at the the Russell 3000 list of publicly traded U.S. companies when making its ranking of best employers.

Businesses that made the “Best Companies to Work For–Midwest” cut scored above average in their region or industry, or in some cases nationwide. U.S. News & World Report looked at metrics including pay, benefits, work/life balance, flexibility, job stability, physical safety, psychological comfort, career opportunities, professional development, belongingness and esteem.

“We are pleased with this award of Best Companies to Work For in the Midwest, as we put great energy into providing an engaging environment for our employees that is both personally and professionally rewarding with a trajectory of growth,” said Dan Lifferth, chief human resources officer at 1st Source Bank. “Our culture is based on several core values including integrity, teamwork and outstanding client service and our entire team strives to live up to those values every day. This award is another proof point of our efforts to empower our employees with a workplace where they can thrive.”

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1st Source Bank was founded more than 160 years ago and has assets of $8.7 billion. It has 78 branches across Michigan and Indiana, including in Lake, Porter and LaPorte counties. It’s long had a robust presence in Porter and LaPorte counties and recently expanded to serve Lake County as well.

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