Arbella Insurance Group named 'Best Place to Work'

insurancebusinessmag | June 20, 2019

Arbella Insurance Group named 'Best Place to Work'
The Arbella Insurance Group has been named one of the Boston Business Journals Best Places to Work for 2019. This marks the 11th straight year that Arbella has received the honor.
We are very proud to be recognized as one of the best places to work for 11 years running, said Ellen Mann, assistant vice president of human resources at Arbella. At Arbella, we strive to be more than just a place of work for our employees -we are truly a family. Our leadership is dedicated to creating a company culture where our employees feel valued, and our efforts have paid off. Arbella has the lowest employee turnover rate in a decade.

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When insurers and insureds enter into an insurance contract they must all be certain as to what degree of protection the policy affords. Otherwise, it could be argued, what really is the purpose of the policy? This principle is commonly applied in relation to the scope of coverage provided but not frequently enough in relation to the fundamental question of whether the parties themselves are actually insured by the policy at all.

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