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Insurance Business America Names Meeker Sharkey & Hurley a Top Place to Work

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As part of a 2020 Special Report, Insurance Business America reached out to thousands of insurance professionals across the country to evaluate how employers are performing in regard to compensation, benefits, diversity, employee development and culture. Employees anonymously evaluated their employers on a number of metrics, including company strategy, health and family leave benefits, workplace flexibility and how they handled operations during COVID-19.

Organizations that achieved an 80% or greater average satisfaction rating from employees and were named a Top Insurance Workplace.

Meeker Sharkey & Hurley had an average rating of 90.5%, which is in the top 30% of all companies acknowledged. MS&H also placed in the top 15 of companies in the Fewer Than 99 Employees category.

“We’re very proud to be named a Top Insurance Workplace,” said Tom Sharkey, Jr., President with Meeker Sharkey & Hurley. “Giving back to our communities and to our non-profit clientele has been such a big part of our company’s culture, so we offer employees paid time off to volunteer. That’s just one example of how I believe our culture sets us apart.”

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