February 27, 2015
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#32 Small Company

Within the walls of the Greene Hazel Insurance Group exists an atmosphere of family and camaraderie. That's why our employees have helped make us one of Florida Trend's 2014 Best Companies To Work For. And for over 30 years this culture has encouraged our team to build a solid foundation that nurtures and provides our clients with the trusted guidance, protection and partnership they deserve.

Our team approach and management style are strongly rooted in a sense of security and community. Greene Hazel's core values of mutual respect, customer focus, accountability, honesty and excellence are exemplified by every one of our employees, and those core values benefit every one of our valued clients.

We credit our employees for making us a trusted leader in the complex insurance industry, providing risk management consulting and insurance placements for virtually all property, casualty, surety and employee benefit needs.

Greene Hazel would not be the company we are today without the dedicated employees of yesterday, the ones here today and those we will welcome tomorrow.

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