See what employee benefits agent Mike Parr has to say about health care reform legislation and how it impacts local businesses.
George Petersen Insurance Agency was selected as one of the “Best Places to Work for 2012” by the North Bay Business Journal. The winners were selected on several criteria, including an anonymous employee survey and issues such as diversity, family-friendly workplace and community involvement.
George Petersen Insurance Agency won the award for “Best Insurance Brokerage” in Northbay Bizmagazine.
Chief Operations Officer Doug Dilley weighs in on the proposed workers’ compensation premium increase in the North Bay Business Journal.
The North Bay Business Journal named George Petersen Insurance Agency as one of the winners of the 2011 “Best Places to Work.” Winners were chosen based on several criteria, including an employee survey, employer application and size of the company.
George Petersen Insurance Agency’s Dylan Sacco partnered with Capital Insurance Group (CIG) to raise money for the “Schools of Hope” — a program that pairs adult volunteers with young children to help improve reading proficiency.
After acquiring NorthWest Insurance Agency in 2010, the Santa Rosa operations of both firms will be combined in a new location on West College Avenue.
George Petersen Insurance Agency was named one of the “Best Companies to Do Business With” in the North Bay Business Journal’s “Best of 2011” — the magazine’s annual poll of of the best companies doing business in the North Bay.
Our chief operations officer Doug Dilley and a handful of other industry experts weigh in on the future of workers’ compensation rates in the North Bay Business Journal.
George Petersen Insurance Agency ranks among the top 500 companies in the North Bay Biz 500 — a compilation of the top 500 revenue-producing companies in the North Bay.
After working at George Petersen Insurance Company for ten years, Tony Guerrero has been named our newest partner — only the 8th partner in our firm’s 76-year history.
Our corporate vice president, John Johnsen, and a selection of other industry experts weigh in on what to expect in 2011.