Rogers & Gray Named in Business Insurance's 2016 Best Places to Work

First time honor for Cape insurance agency

Rogers & Gray Insurance has been named for the first time to the Business Insurance 2016 Best Places to Work in Insurance report.

Rogers & Gray ranked 26th overall in the small employer (25-249 U.S. employees) category.  

David Robinson, President & CEO, Rogers & Gray, says they have remained true to their commitment to core values both with their customers as well as their employees.

“Our employees are the backbone of our company,” says Robinson. “We recognize them as our most valuable assets and have implemented various programs with high levels of employee participation, including our Really Great Giving, Wellness, Culture Club and Really Great Co-Worker programs.”

Business Insurance, a leading national trade publication for the insurance industry, released their list of 2016 Best Places to Work in Insurance last month. The survey conducted by independent research firm Best Companies Group and presented by Business Insurance, features 75 companies of various sizes with a strong commitment to attracting, developing and retaining great talent through employee benefits and other programs that workers value.

“Best Places to Work in Insurance” is an annual feature that lists the agents, brokers, insurers and other providers with the highest levels of employee engagement and satisfaction.

Founded in 1906 and headquartered in Massachusetts, Rogers & Gray Insurance was selected as the “Best Independent Insurance Agency to Work For” in the Nation. Through a team of over 140 dedicated insurance professionals, the agency helps manage risk through a consultative approach designed to protect personal insurance, business insurance and employee benefits clientele throughout the U.S.  To learn more about Rogers & Gray, please visit www.rogersgray.com.


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