For the third consecutive year, Business Insurance has named Captive Resources the top company in the medium-employer category (250-999 employees) on its Best Places to Work in Insurance list. Business Insurance puts out the list annually to recognize companies across the insurance industry that have earned the highest levels of engagement and satisfaction from their colleagues.
This year marks the seventh consecutive year Captive Resources has made the Best Places to Work in Insurance list and our sixth straight year in the top 10. Since making the jump to the medium employer category in 2021, Captive Resources has won the top spot each year after earning honors in the small employer category from 2017-2020.
The honor is especially noteworthy due to the significant role that employee feedback plays in the ranking. Business Insurance compiles its rankings from a two-part assessment of each company — an employer questionnaire and a confidential employee survey. The results are then analyzed, and companies are ranked according to eight core focus areas:
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Best Places to Work in Insurance is an annual feature by Business Insurance and Best Companies Group that lists the agents, brokers, insurers, and other providers with the highest employee engagement and satisfaction. This year's report features 100 companies of varying sizes. They all share a strong commitment to attracting, developing, and retaining great talent through employee benefits and other programs that their workers value.
Captive Resources provides mid-market companies with the opportunity to become insurance company owners rather than insurance buyers and lower their total cost of risk. We do this through the creation, development, and oversight of member-owned group captive insurance companies. We currently support 45 group captives with 6,250 member-companies and more than $4 billion in annual premium. We support every aspect of the captives we advise, from claims advocacy to operational oversight, risk management, financial services, regulatory compliance, investment services, and more.
Sandra R. Springer