Sentry Insurance has been recognized by Forbes as one of America’s Best Midsize Employers for the third consecutive year.
In collaboration with analytics firm Statista, Forbes selected America’s Best Employers based on an independent survey of a sample of 50,000 people in more than 25 industries who work at companies with at least 1,000 U.S.-based employees. Participants were asked to rate how likely they’d be to recommend their employer to others. They also were asked to recommend companies outside their industry.
As one of just 500 companies that made the list, Sentry joins an elite group recognized by Forbes. Pete McPartland, Sentry chairman of the board, president, and CEO, calls the honor a true testament to Sentry employees, and reflects the central Wisconsin company’s ongoing commitment to ensuring it remains a great place to work.
“Generations of highly educated and highly trained people built Sentry into what it is today—a people business,” McPartland said. “One that does right by our customers, each other, and our communities.”
“We’re proud of the family-friendly, community-oriented culture that’s so deeply rooted in our DNA,” added Jayne Petruska, Sentry’s chief human resources officer. “Every day, we look to build on that by investing in our associates in ways that will help them thrive and grow in their careers, while making an impact in the communities we serve throughout the country.”
More information about the list of America’s Best Midsize Employers can be found online at forbes.com.
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At Sentry, we understand what you’re looking for in an insurance company. Because we’ve been there ourselves. We got our start in 1904, when members of the Wisconsin Retail Hardware Association formed their own insurance company. Backed by personalized care and Midwest roots, we’ve since grown to become one of the largest and most financially secure mutual insurance companies in the nation. As of May 2018, we’ve earned an A+ (superior) rating from A.M. Best*, the industry’s leading rating authority, for 27 years in a row.
*A+ (superior) A.M. Best Financial Strength Rating (FSR) current as of May 2018. See ambest.com for rating information.