Security Bank named as top Philippine employer

Security Bank Corporation emerged as the top local bank for employment at the recently released 2023 Philippines’ Best Employers survey led by Statista, the world’s leading data and business intelligence portal. 

The ranking comes from a comprehensive research project that evaluated the responses of thousands of employees in the Philippines from various industries ranging from manufacturing, FMCG, e-commerce, to banking and finance. Companies who employed more than 250 people were eligible for the rankings and from this initiative, the Bank emerged at as the top local bank on the list. 

“Security Bank has made great strides in improving the work culture of its employees and this recognition affirms that we are on the right path. The Bank continues to innovate its people programs to attract, engage, upskill, and retain the best talent, as well as foster a strong and distinctive culture among its employees,” says Nerissa Berba, SVP and Head of Human Capital Management at Security Bank. 

Since 2020, the Bank has rolled out initiatives that support the well-being of employees, enrich their learning & development capabilities, and provide them with opportunities for growth. The Bank also uniquely practices a hybrid work setup where many of its employees can work from home, complemented by tools that allow for a safe, secure, and productive work environment. 

This year alone, Security Bank was recognized by international award-giving bodies for its people initiatives such as Asiamoney’s Best Bank for Diversity and Inclusion – Philippines and Retail Banker International’s Best Advance in Managing a Remote Workforce. In 2021, the Bank won two LinkedIn Talent Awards: Best Culture of Learning and Diversity Champion

“Our goal to become the Employer of Choice in the country is starting to become a reality. Our efforts to build a strong work culture is driven by our #BetterBanking promise of service excellence and anchored on our mission to enrich lives, empower businesses, and build communities sustainably,” adds Berba. For more information on how you can become a Security Banker, visit or Security Bank’s Facebook page at

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