Vote for Acuity in This Year's Great Place to Work - We Love Our Workplace Video Contest
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Posted by Lisa D. on February 24, 2016 in Acuity

Every year, Acuity participates in this video contest to allow employees the opportunity to share why they love working at Acuity, to celebrate our unique company culture, and to hopefully win $5,000 for a charity of our choice.

 

To vote for Acuity,visit this website, and click on the “Vote” button above the video.

 

Acuity prides itself on being one of the top employers in the nation. With less than 2% turnover, many of our employees begin and end their careers with Acuity. This kind of employee pride and commitment has been one of the leading reasons behind Acuity’s success. Some of Acuity’s most recent achievements include:

 

  • #3 Workplace in America - 2015
  • #1 Workplace in Insurance - 2015
  • Top 5 Company for Millennials - 2015
  • Top 10 Company for Camaraderie - 2015
  • Top 100 Company for Women - 2015

 

Interested in joining the Acuity team? Check out our open positions today.

 

Note: A Facebook account is required to vote in the Great Place to Work – We Love Our Workplace video contest.

Lisa D.
Lisa D. has over 14 years of experience in the auto insurance industry, including 12 years at ACUITY. She obtained her P&C license and sold personal insurance for two years before starting at ACUITY, where she focuses on researching new auto coverages, helping with the auto pricing system, and leading auto insurance-related projects. On top of that, Lisa has her Association in General Insurance (AINS) and Associate in Personal Insurance (API) designations. Outside of work, Lisa enjoys cooking, photography, and spending time with her family. The last two go hand in hand, as she takes pictures of her kids every day.


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