May 30, 2015
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American Integrity Insurance Group

Happy Employees Make Happy Homeowners!

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Tampa

#25 Midsized Company

American Integrity's focus has always been on providing passionate, timely and friendly service to their policyholders. That's what's helped them grow to be Florida's third largest provider of new residential property insurance. Wherever you find a growing company with happy customers, you're sure to also find happy employees!

American Integrity employees enjoy a brand new office space, a game room, a "Zen" room with a full-body massage chair and an Island Paradise break room. Some more traditional benefits include medical, dental and vision, AFLAC, long-term care plans and 100% employer-paid short-term and long-term disability. The company provides a matching 401(k) plan with immediate eligibility and vesting.

Other benefits include flexible scheduling, tuition reimbursement, competitive salaries, wellness activities and a free membership to an on-site gym. Employee feedback is encouraged through regular town hall meetings and a leadership open-door policy. These perks, along with the family like culture, are what make American Integrity one of the best companies to work for!

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