Gibson has been selected as the 2017 Best Agency To Work For - Midwest by Insurance Journal.
Winners were selected based on a variety of factors, including employee engagement, culture, competitive salaries, employee benefits, training and education, and other employee perks as drivers of satisfaction in the workplace. Employees of the winning agencies cite elevated personal wellbeing; rate their relationships with their supervisor as positive; and express a high opinion of company leadership and reputation in the community.
Gibson, an Indiana based insurance and risk management services firm, made the 2015 Inc. 5000 list, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.
“We are thrilled to be included on this prestigious list of growing companies,” said Tim Leman, Chairman and CEO of Gibson. “It’s rare for an 82 year-old company to experience an honor like this. Our innovative approach to addressing clients’ risk solidifies our ability to achieve our growth goals and attract highly talented people to our employee-owned company.”
Gibson has been recognized as one of the 2015 Indiana Companies to Watch, an awards program presented by the State of Indiana and the Office of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (OSBE) and endorsed by the Edward Lowe Foundation.
Companies to Watch celebrates Indiana’s privately-held second-stage companies – those businesses that are past the startup phase, are considered to be established, and face issues of growth, not survival. Companies honored range in industries and have headquarters based in 11 counties throughout the state.
Ten businesses were recognized by the Principal Financial Group® as this year’s 10 Best Companies for Employee Financial Security are investing serious time and money into their employees’ financial futures, but their employees are not the only ones reaping the benefits. The winning companies are able to better attract and retain top talent; their average annual voluntary turnover rate is less than 7 percent compared to the national average of 13 percent1. Executives at the winning firms assert that their benefit strategies also are critical to maintaining high levels of employee engagement, motivation, and productivity.