We get it, insurance sounds boring.
But not how we do it.
Insurance companies are successful because they offer products that protect you from financial ruin, not because they make you think insurance is "sexy." They are also highly regulated and have very conservative approaches to pretty much everything, including their employees. Actuaries, underwriters, rules, regulations - what fun!
Not surprisingly, the industry has a major image problem when it comes to attracting new talent. And it extends all throughout the industry, from the insurance companies to the insurance brokers and advisors.
But that doesn't mean insurance isn't a great career opportunity.
We do things differently here.
Think about things differently. Behave differently.
Instead of thinking about how to sell more insurance policies, we focus on helping growing companies and their employees achieve success.
We do this by helping our clients attract employees who fit their culture, create efficient processes so employees have time focus on what they love to do best (versus doing paperwork, unless that's what they love), protect them from the bad sh*# that can happen in life, and ultimately build something awesome together.
Although they do most of the hard work, it's intensely satisfying to know you are doing even a tiny bit to help a client diagnose cancer earlier, treat COVID-19 more effectively, or safely fly someone to their destination...by drone taxi (yes, these are actual clients).
We think of our purpose as:
"Changing the world, by helping companies who are changing the world."
You'll enjoy working here so much,
you'd probably do it for free!
But you don't have to. Check out how we reward our team:
Salary + Bonuses
Medical, Dental & Vision Coverage
Life, Disability & Long Term Care Insurance
Company Matched Simple IRA
Paid Time Off & Work Flexibility
Identity Theft Insurance
A Culture of Learning
Healthy Snacks & Beverages
Keeping things fun is a Fundamental.
"While our passion for excellence is real, remember that the world has bigger problems than the daily challenges that make up our work. Stuff happens. Keep perspective. Don’t take things personally or take yourself too seriously. Laugh every day."
- Fundamental #31 of The Kuzneski Way
Why join our team?
Here's what they're saying at the water cooler.
OK, we don't have a water cooler anymore...everyone hated lifting the 5 gallon bottles. But we do have filtered water from the frig.
Unlike the water, these comments from our team are totally unfiltered:
I like to ask questions...lots of them (we joke about it all the time). Partly to know the answers, and partly so I can teach our clients and our team what I have learned. If you are curious and have a teacher mentality, KIG is a great place to be!
Laurie spoke at IUP and I loved hearing about her balanced approach to life and career. I called her and that conversation led to an 8 month internship (yay!) and then a full time job. I have learned so much about HR that they didn't teach me in school, and Laurie has been a great mentor to me (OK, Andy has been alright also). I'm really glad I joined KIG.
Joining the Kuzneski Insurance Group has been such a rewarding opportunity. I am now part of a team of high level individuals where you immediately feel welcome and your contributions and ideas are valued.
They are the ideal combination of fundamentals, employee benefits, and the proper training you need to be successful.
Office Manager / Data Entry Specialist
Equal Employment Opportunities
Kuzneski Insurance Group provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Kuzneski complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.