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The days that span Sunday to Saturday are not just bearable, but enjoyable. If these things are true — if you believe you work in a place that is ethical, bold, rewarding or well-managed — The Courant is accepting nominations for its annual Top Workplaces survey until March 16.Any workplace — for-profit, nonprofit, public or private — is eligible, as long as it is located in Hartford, Middlesex, New London, Tolland or Windham counties and has 50 or more employees.In 2017, Nat West was awarded 'Best Banking App' in the British Bank Awards.The creation of the modern bank was announced in 1968, and National Westminster Bank Limited commenced trading on 1 January 1970, after the statutory process of integration had been completed in 1969.Last year’s winners included companies as large as Stanley Black & Decker, and as small as 68-person Emergency Resource Management; they included universities, casinos, charities and supermarkets.Ultimately, it was some combination of management style, work-life balance, amenities and an openness to new ideas that elevated last year’s top-60 workplaces from among the hundreds of nominees.private bankers (a 1920 National Provincial acquisition, established 1692), Ulster Bank in Northern Ireland (a 1917 Westminster acquisition, established 1836) and the Isle of Man Bank (a 1961 National Provincial acquisition, established 1865) continued as separate operations.Westminster Foreign Bank (established 1913) was restyled International Westminster Bank in 1973.
In Ireland it operates through its Ulster Bank subsidiary.
Deregulation in the 1980s, culminating in the Big Bang in 1986, also encouraged the bank to enter the securities business.
County Bank, its merchant banking subsidiary formed in 1965, acquired various stockbroking and jobbing firms to create the investment banking arm County Nat West.
Nat West Markets comprises its investment banking arm.
Nat West is considered one of the Big Four clearing banks in the UK, and 3,400 cash machines across Great Britain and offers 24-hour Actionline telephone and online banking services.
Employees of Reliance Health, a Norwich nonprofit mental health provider, responded most favorably to a question that asked if their workplace was “headed in the right direction.”“Treat people like they’re trustworthy, hardworking, creative, and you know, a funny thing happens — turns out they are,” said David Burnett, Reliance Health’s CEO and its first employee, dating back to 1978.