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Investing in Employees is Key to Centauri Insurance's Success

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Investing in Employees is Key to Centauri Insurance's Success

| 7/27/2022

Centauri Insurance
Sarasota

#10 MEDIUM Company
3-TIME WINNER

Investing in employees’ overall health, well-being and professional growth are hallmarks of Centauri Insurance’s workplace and culture.

That investment has paid off as the company has again been named as one of the Best Companies To Work For, by Florida Trend.

“Our focus on employee satisfaction is the foundation to everything we do. It is core to our mission and enables us to deliver on our promise to our policyholders by attracting and retaining the best insurance professionals in the industry,” says Ricardo Espino, CEO of Centauri Insurance. “Being recognized by Florida Trend inspires us and supports our commitment to being an employee-focused company. It’s truly an honor.”

Our management philosophy is defined in our core values which have guided the company’s continued growth and cultivated happy employees. Numerous opportunities for teambuilding, collaboration and transparency aim to make employees feel valued and part of a team.

“Our goal is to provide an environment where top professionals can do their best work, advance in their careers and give back to the community,” says JoAnn Brown, director of human resources. “We offer our employees flexible work schedules, opportunities to volunteer, financial support to meet educational goals, and options for exercising and stress relief. This is key to creating a healthy worklife balance and retention.”

 

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