Workers’ compensation carrier United Heartland has been named one of Wisconsin’s best places to work for the 11th consecutive year.
United Heartland was named one of the top mid-sized workplaces in southeastern Wisconsin by The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Companies were judged on qualities including leadership, career opportunities, workplace flexibility, compensation, benefits, and the impact company policies have on innovation and morale.
The Journal Sentinel’s Top Workplaces Award recognizes 25 large companies with 500 or more employees, 50 mid-sized companies with 150 to 499 employees, and 75 small companies with 50 to 149 employees.
“It’s a tremendous honor to be named a top workplace once again,” said Justin Bealhen, vice president of field operations for United Heartland. “We are extremely proud of our incredible teammates – they made it happen. Their ability to maintain the continuity, collaboration and culture of the team through the most extreme circumstances of the pandemic speaks to the strength of our people.
“First-in-class customer service is our highest priority, and an exceptional work environment helps our employees provide service that separates us from the competition. The end result is highly satisfied customers and agents.”
United Heartland is licensed in all 50 states, and focuses on six key business segments: education, healthcare, long-term care, manufacturing, nonprofits/social services, and wholesale/retail.