Farm Bureau Insurance of Michigan has been once again awarded a 2023 Top 100 Workplaces honor by the Detroit Free Press. Farm Bureau Insurance ranked 6th in the ‘large employer category. In addition, Farm Bureau was also recognized with the award for best work/life flexibility.
“Farm Bureau Insurance is proud, once again, to be part of this prestigious list,” said CEO Don Simon. “It a tribute to our employees’ continuing commitment to a positive and supportive culture. It’s because of them that we’ve been recognized by the Free Press seven of the last eight years.”
On November 15th, 16 Farm Bureau employees attended the 2023 Free Press Top Workplace award banquet at the Royal Oak Music Theatre. The banquet recognized the top workplaces in Michigan across several categories.
For the 16th year, The Free Press partnered with Philadelphia-based Energage, an employee research and culture technology firm, to determine the winners. After being nominated, companies were invited to have their employees participate in a survey regarding issues related to workplace culture. Employee survey feedback was the sole basis for determining winners and rankings. The survey also gave participating companies insights about what makes them unique and served as the ultimate test of how employers are responding to the ever-changing work environment. In 2023, approximately 6,700 applicants participated were nominated for awards.
This year, Farm Bureau Insurance ranked #6 in the large workplace’s category among other corporations in Michigan like Plante Moran, Real Estate One, and MSU Federal Credit Union. Prior to earning a spot on this year’s list, Farm Bureau Insurance was also recognized with the Top Workplace award in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022.
Farm Bureau Insurance of Michigan is a multi-line insurance company that has been serving Michigan for 74 years. The company is driven by a strong commitment to our great state and the residents that live and work here. Farm Bureau Insurance proudly suggests that its success is due to the service provided by its nearly 800 employees and nearly 400 agents across the state.