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Banking First Command among best 100 to work for

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First Command Financial Services Inc. of Fort Worth has been named one of the Best Companies to Work for in Texas by Texas Monthly, the Texas Association of Business, Texas Society for Human Resource Management and Best Companies Group.

First Command is ranked No. 24 in the large-companies category in the statewide survey and awards program. The 2019 Texas list includes 100 companies. This is First Command’s second time to to make the list. It was also a Best Companies winner in 2017.

“We are honored to be named to the 2019 list of Best Companies to Work for in Texas,” said Scott Spiker, chairman and CEO. “We’re committed to attracting and retaining talented people by providing our employees with opportunities to enhance their professional knowledge, develop leadership skills and grow within the organization. And we are proud of the commitment and dedication of those who choose to be a part of this employee-owned company. Our home office employees in Fort Worth believe in and are genuinely committed to a higher calling – serving America’s career military families.”

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