We Invest In You
The RogersGray Academy. Invaluable to your future growth and knowledge.
Grow your skills. Hone your craft.Some of our team have come to RogersGray with no experience and some have come with a career full of experience. The common denominator is their constant thirst for knowledge, to constantly learn and develop.
The RogersGray Academy
The insurance industry will see a mass exodus of talent over the next 5-10 years as Baby Boomers approach retirement age. RogersGray is ahead of the curve by dedicating employee time and resources to allow us to “home-grow” our own industry professionals.
Grow your skills from the ground up! Many employees have started their insurance journeys with us. Learn the basics and begin working in this vibrant industry. You will feel like a rock star sitting in your seat once you’ve completed our robust onboarding program!
We have a group of six dedicated Academy employees comprised of subject matter experts, department trainers, development consultants, and training coordinators dedicated to serving Our People. These learning resources are at your fingertips to help increase your insurance knowledge.
How we recognize
Who better to recognize you than your peers? Supporting each other goes right to the heart of our core values and the Really Great Co-Worker program give us the chance to shout out all the awesome things our team mates do – and get rewarded for it!
Reward and recognition are important to us. During the RogersGray Annual Meeting employees are recognized for their achievements and their excellence at living up to the agency core values.
Our employees go above and beyond for the clients of RogersGray and are recognized for these Really Awesome Acts! Quarterly reward for the best Really Awesome Act and a yearly reward for the best of the best.
Don't settle.You only want to work for the best. So ask yourself this …
Do you work for an company that was named the “Best Agency to Work For” in the whole United States?
Do you work for a company that has won the Boston Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work” and Boston Globe’s ” Top Workplaces” awards?
Do the companies you’re looking at rate on Glassdoor?