What a Great Place to Work Award for Us Means for Our Customers
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Posted by Addie B. on March 6, 2017 in Acuity Focus

 

 

Our culture is centered around our customers. We understand if we don't treat our people well, they won't stay. And if they don't stay, we are losing the knowledge and on-the-job training that help us serve our customers in the best possible way.

 

Employees are viewed as an asset to the company and are involved in strategic decisions. We are anchored in the community and invite our employees to help us decided where to donate $300,000+ on an annual basis. Our retention rate is 98% which means our customers are working with people who are experts in what they do.

 

We empower our employees to do what’s right which leads to our outstanding 96% customer claims satisfaction, and a score of 8.8 out of 10 from verified customers.

Addie B.
Addie has a wide range of personal insurance experience and with her position at Acuity, has been able to specialize in homeowners insurance. On top of her homeowners insurance knowledge, Addie has a good understanding of the insurance industry in general. She focuses on the consumer allowing her to play a key role in product development. Also, she is currently working towards an Associate in General Insurance designation. In her free time Addie spends time outdoors and enjoys playing and watching sports.


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Posted By: Paige N. on October 25, 2017 in Acuity Focus
The noises in an office environment can be distracting. You might hear clicking keys, ringing phones, and random conversations—all of which can make a private office with a closing door sound appealing. A private office is often seen as a career milestone and status symbol. But nowadays, with the rise of open concept workplaces, the private office is becoming less common.