Our teammates live the FCCI values of loyalty, integrity, vision, excellence and service. We build strong partnerships, listen to our customers and constantly improve. While we're forward-thinking, we still believe in the basics of what's always worked in business — doing the right thing and putting people first.
At FCCI, we’re committed to the communities we serve and to giving back on a regular basis. And we’re not afraid to have a little fun while we’re doing it! When we participate in local food drives, fundraisers and Habitat for Humanities builds, there might be some friendly competition or even a costume or two involved.
We're real people who care about our company and each other. We genuinely enjoy working at FCCI Insurance. See some of our fun company events below.
Launched in 2002, National Mentoring Month focuses attention on the need for mentors, as well as how each of us – individuals, businesses, government agencies, schools, faith communities and nonprofits – can work together to increase the number of mentors to help ensure positive outcomes for our young people. Mentoring is not limited to the younger generation, however, and during this month, FCCI’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion team celebrates the mentoring experiences of all our teammates. We encourage teammates to get involved with mentoring opportunities at FCCI, as well as in the communities in which we live.
This month-long celebration of mentoring is full of exciting opportunities to grow the movement and raise awareness about the power of relationships.
Fun at FCCI
Fall Fest is a very special time of giving when FCCI teammates across the company participate in games, tournaments, costume contests and charitable FUN-draising efforts to make a difference in our communities through the FCCI Charitable Foundation. Even our FCCI Officers get in the game by performing skits for our teammates and donating prizes for raffle items.
Fall Fest is led by a committee of dedicated FCCI teammates that lend their time and creativity to ensure the success of this month-long charitable event.
We have a solid set of shared values that drive the way we treat others. These values position us, our agency partners and our policyholders for success. If you share these values, you're the right fit for FCCI.
We are all business owners of FCCI who treat the company as our own and behave with the long-term success of the company in mind.
Doing the right thing.
We do what we say we’re going to do, hold ourselves and others accountable, and treat everyone with care and respect.
Planning for the future.
We have a clearly articulated vision and employ the best, most talented people to help our vision become a reality.
Leading by example.
We provide the best coverages and services possible, and provide our employees with many opportunities to learn and develop.
Know if you succeed, others around you succeed.
We build strong partnerships, listen to our customers, and constantly improve and give back to our communities.
What it means to be a team
In March 2016, Matt Selley, a Senior Commercial Lines Underwriter in FCCI’s Midwest Region, was diagnosed with lymphoma. Just when he heard the wonderful news that he'd achieved remission, a tornado touched down in his neighborhood.
See how FCCI came through for Matt
Matt Selley and his wife Diana with the FCCI teammates who helped them
FCCI supports many different charitable organizations. Recipients of our corporate giving include All Faiths Food Bank, Suncoast Charities for Children, Step Up for Students, Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe and Habitat for Humanity.
Our FCCI teammates also have the option to volunteer during company paid time at the charitable organization of their choice. Since 2012, FCCI teammates have volunteered more than 17,000 service hours.
FCCI values the contributions of a diverse workforce.
We're committed to being fair and equitable to all employees and applicants for employment. FCCI prohibits discrimination on the basis of a person's race, color, national origin, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy, marital status, age, veteran's status, disability, handicap, genetic information, HIV or AIDS status, sickle cell anemia and other legally protected classifications.