Leading industry publication Insurance Business America has launched its inaugural Top Insurance Workplaces report for 2018, a fascinating snapshot of the U.S. insurance sector – and Molyneaux Insurance is recognized on this year’s list as a great place to work.
Employees from organizations large and small across the whole of the industry were asked to share what they love and hate about their workplaces – whether it’s great benefits, great resources, great management, or anything else.
From the hundreds of companies that participated, only 51 hit the high standard needed to secure a spot on the list. Molyneaux Insurance was among them.
”One of the great things about this award is that the application and survey was done at the request of two of our newer employees,” said Molyneaux President, Roger Schemmel. “It has long been our goal to be the insurance agency employer of choice in our market. To have these two employees request that we participate in this prestigious award and then have our employees validate our positive culture means a lot to our management team.”
“We’re thrilled for Molyneaux Insurance and all the other hugely successful organizations who made it into the Top Insurance Workplaces report,” said Paul Lucas, Insurance Business America editor. “It’s always a pleasure to recognize those employers who go the extra mile to create a great environment for their workers. We look forward to doing it again – and seeing Molyneaux Insurance on the list again – in 2019!”
Whether browsing social media or completing online homework, students spend much of their day plugged into their phones, tablets, and computers. While they are spending their time connected to these devices, many are forgetting to protect themselves from the many hidden dangers of the internet.
Cyber security isn’t typically something one thinks of when beginning college. According to an article by Forbes, Millennials believe cyber security is imperative, yet more than half avoid common-sense computer safety measures. Campus safety now goes beyond walking home alone at night. Continue reading to learn about how you can be cyber-secure upon entering college.
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