Built In crowns Sure in the celebrated 2024 Best Places!

January 13, 2024
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TLDR:

  • Sure has been honored in Built In’s 2024 Best Places to Work awards
  • The company was recognized as one of the 100 Best Midsize Companies to Work For

Sure, an insurance technology leader, has been recognized in Built In’s 2024 Best Places to Work awards. This marks the fifth consecutive year that Sure has received this honor. The awards program recognizes companies of all sizes and honors both remote-first employers and companies in large tech markets across the US.

Wayne Slavin, CEO of Sure, expressed excitement over the recognition and emphasized the company’s commitment to supporting its employees. Sure has built a culture of trust, communication, and respect, which has contributed to its success as a remote-first company.

Built In determines the winners of Best Places to Work based on an algorithm that considers compensation and benefits. The program also weighs criteria like remote and flexible work opportunities, programs for diversity, equity, and inclusion, and other people-first cultural offerings. The CEO of Built In, Maria Christopoulos Katris, commended the winners for fostering positive work environments and maintaining strong brands.

As a global insurance technology leader, Sure unlocks the potential of digital insurance. The company helps global brands and leading insurance carriers build and launch sophisticated embedded insurance products. By combining insurance expertise with technology, Sure increases revenue streams and enhances the customer experience.

Overall, Sure’s recognition in Built In’s 2024 Best Places to Work awards highlights the company’s commitment to its employees and its success as a remote-first company in the insurance technology industry.

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