Best Places to Work - The Journal Record 2018 - Page 25

#13 Large Employer Website: www.compsourcemutual.com Twitter Handle: @CSMutual U.S. Corporate Headquarters: Oklahoma City Industry: Insurance Status: Private U.S. Employees: 325 Oklahoma Employees:325 Year Founded: 1933 Company Leader: Jason Clark, President and CEO C ompSource Mutual Insurance Company, one of the leading providers of workers’ compensation insurance in Oklahoma, takes pride in the company’s 80-year history of protecting Oklahoma’s workforce. Employees of the company enjoy a robust benefits package, paid volunteer time, tuition reimbursement and paid parental leave. These are just a few of the many benefits that make the company an outstand- ing place to work. CompSource lists employee commitment as one of its six corporate guiding principles and this dedication is apparent in the fun, sup- portive, empowering, team environment that is the foundation of its corporate culture. “The Best Places to Work in Oklahoma award is particularly important to us because we strive to make employees feel appreciated, valued and understand the integral role they have in our success,” said Jason Clark, president and CEO. CompSource offers 100 percent employer-paid health, dental and vision coverage for full-time employees, two weeks’ paid parental leave for the birth or adoption of a child and a tuition reimbursement program. In addition, an employee committee coordinates events throughout the year that include family day; employee appreciation day; a Spring Social; food trucks for lunch; a Santa visit for employees and family The Journal Record members; Halloween contests for decorations, costumes and pumpkin carving; and the annual holiday party. Appreciation of employees is shown in various ways. Service awards are given for milestone years, and co-workers can nominate one anoth- er for recognition, accruing points to be redeemed from a prize catalog. Supervisors are encouraged to award “Jeans Day” stickers for superior performance. These stickers allow employees to wear jeans on business casual dress days. CompSource’s wellness committee coordinates an annual wellness fair, in which area vendors provide information to employees about their service or product; biometric screenings and flu shots; participa- tion in the Redbud Classic, where employees’ registration fees are paid by CompSource; and monthly wellness updates. Discounted gym mem- berships are offered through the company’s health insurance. “Employees drive the corporate culture of not only being a leader in the industry but a champion in the community,” said Clark. “Giving back to the communities in which we live and work isn’t just something we say is important; we offer paid time off so our employees can volunteer at local 501 (c )(3) organizations that are important to them. In addition, we have corporate charitable giving campaigns for the United Way, Positive Tomorrows, Street School, the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma and the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma.” 2018 Best Places to Work 25