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INSURICA Named 2022 Best Agency to Work For by Insurance Journal Magazine

OKLAHOMA CITY – National publication Insurance Journal named INSURICA the Best Independent Agency to Work For in America following their annual survey of employees. The publication revealed the honor in their October 2022 issue.

According to the article published on Oct. 3, more than 3,500 customer service representatives responded to their survey. While INSURICA regularly appears on IJ’s list of vote getters, 2022 was the first time the agency appeared at the top of the list.

Mike Ross, INSURICA’s President and CEO, said the honor ranks among the biggest awards ever bestowed upon the agency in its history.

“We are thrilled with this honor,” Ross said. “I think the award serves as validation of our company’s commitment to INSURICA’s colleagues – our most valuable asset. Our ability to serve our clients with excellence begins with that commitment to our colleagues.”

Ross acknowledged the highly competitive post-COVID employment environment in which all insurance agencies find themselves today.

“It’s a challenge, retaining the years of experience we have here while hiring the next generation of INSURICAns to handle the needs of our growing agency,” Ross said. “I’m thankful for the culture that we’ve cultivated over the decades. It’s truly the foundation upon which this agency is built.”

The Insurance Journal article said INSURICA’s “community culture was a top rave given to the company by the dozens of employees who nominated the firm.”

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