SIG Named in Business Insurance’s Annual Best Places to Work in Insurance

Award Recognizes Outstanding Employers in the Insurance Industry

Baltimore, MD, November 15, 2018 – SIG is pleased to announce it has been named in the annual Best Places to Work in Insurance program, which recognizes employers for their outstanding performance in establishing workplaces where employees can thrive, enjoy their work and help their companies grow. SIG has been ranked for three consecutive years as the top-ranked small employer overall as well as the top employer among agents and brokers in the program.

“We are pleased to be honored for this achievement and to be recognized for our commitment to culture,” said Richard Silberstein, President of SIG. “I’m most proud of our people who we equip with the tools and support to be successful and who truly make SIG a great place to work.”

“Being named to Business Insurance’s list of the Best Places to Work in Insurance for 2018 demonstrates that SIG has built a culture in which employees are supported and engaged, which benefits their customers and the employers’ financial performance,” says Business Insurance Publisher Peter Oxner.

SIG embraces a flexible work environment and employees value the emphasis placed on community service, wellbeing and all the opportunities they have to connect on a personal level inside and outside of work. 

Best Places to Work in Insurance is an annual sponsored content feature presented by the Custom Publishing unit of Business Insurance and Best Companies Group that lists the agents, brokers, insurance companies and other providers with the highest levels of employee engagement and satisfaction. Harrisburg, Pa.-based Best Companies Group identifies the leading employers in the insurance industry by conducting a free two-part assessment of each company. The first part is a questionnaire completed by the employer about company policies, practices and demographics. The second part is a confidential employee survey on engagement and satisfaction.

The program divides employers into the categories of small, 25-249 employees; medium, 250-999 employees; and large, 1,000 or more employees. This year’s report features 75 companies of various sizes, from 25 employees to more than 4,000.

The ranking and profiles of the winning companies will be unveiled as a sponsored content supplement in the November issue of Business Insurance and online at


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