Working at Brown & Brown
We provide intangible products and services and therefore, the primary product we offer is the quality and caliber of the people who work for our firm. This company is comprised of extremely talented, high energy, success driven individuals who would rather be respected than loved. We are first and foremost in the business of recruiting, enhancing, enriching and promoting people. Only then can we effectively meet the insurance needs of our clients.
Brown & Brown has a unique performance driven culture. J. Hyatt Brown, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of our company (and the son of its founder), accurately describes Brown & Brown as "An American Meritocracy®". While many companies will describe a performance culture that in practice doesn't really exist in their operation, Brown & Brown carefully measures everyone's results and handsomely rewards those who achieve. At our company, each employee advances or recedes based upon their own direct performance and contributions. Every employee in our company has significant compensation opportunities tied directly to their performance, the performance of their profit center and the company as a whole.
Brown & Brown, Inc., an Equal Opportunity Employer
At Brown & Brown, Inc. our continued success depends on the full and effective recruitment and employment of qualified persons regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, disability, or veteran status. We are committed to ensuring equal employment opportunity for all employees and applicants for employment. It is our goal to recruit, hire and develop the best employees using only job-related qualifications.
Our equal employment opportunity philosophy, in accordance with federal, state, and local law, applies to all aspects of employment with Brown & Brown including recruiting, hiring, training, transfer/promotion, compensation, benefits and termination. At Brown & Brown we strive to ensure that our human resource practices are free of discriminatory practices and that employment decisions are made on the basis of job-related qualifications, including personal competence and potential for advancement.