Verisk takes great pride in our people.
We employ approximately 8,700 individuals around the world, with a mix of skills and talents in areas including commercial banking and finance, data science and artificial intelligence, economics, information technology, marketing, natural resources, predictive analytics, and statistical modeling.
Our employees hold advanced degrees, certifications, and professional designations in fields as diverse as actuarial science, chemical engineering, fire protection and safety, insurance, mathematics, economics, meteorology, geology, physics, and risk management.
We offer competitive salaries, annual merit salary reviews, and the opportunity for advancement. In addition, our program includes an incentive compensation component for eligible job categories, paid time off (PTO), flextime and telecommuting options, and a 401(k) program with a 100 percent company cash match (up to 6 percent). Verisk also offers health insurance plans, no-cost life insurance equivalent to annual salary (with the option to purchase more), a discounted stock purchase program, and more. Details vary by business unit and country.
Verisk presents the Verisk Citizenship Award each year to a select group of employees who model the exceptional character and behavior for which we strive. The award celebrates employees who demonstrate the behaviors of The Verisk Way and its principles to be remarkable, add value, and innovate.
Candidates are nominated by their peers for how well they exemplify:
They also display characteristics that enhance their personal performance, influence the work of their colleagues, and help move the company forward. Meet our 2021 award winners.
All five of Paul’s direct reports nominated him for this award, underscoring his department’s universal esteem and appreciation for him. In nearly 30 years with Verisk, Paul has become known for eagerly sharing his knowledge, experience, and insights with team members and customers to help them tackle challenges. By working with a strong sense of purpose, empowering others, and encouraging collaboration, Paul creates a great culture around him. He makes the Verisk community stronger for our customers and team.
Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, Bill has set the standard of caring for his team members and customers. His natural empathy and lead-from-the-front attitude contributed significantly to Verisk’s ability to respond to clients during the busiest catastrophe year the company has faced thus far. As an Army veteran, Bill is active in Verisk’s Veteran and Military Service Network. He and his spouse help organizations that rescue missing and injured pets and assist victims of domestic violence.
Larry has been the rock of his team as many new members joined it. He worked through transitions, addressed issues not ordinarily assigned to him, and won strategic sales opportunities, keeping the team on track to achieve its objectives. Innovation comes naturally to Larry, as he frequently develops creative solutions to challenges and collaborates with teammates to design the best outcome possible. Outside of work, Larry is involved in many charity events and regularly volunteers as a chaplain at the local hospital.
Lisa regularly goes above and beyond to ensure that customers feel valued with every interaction. She’s always taking on new challenges, embracing innovation, and finding new ways to improve processes. Lisa recently revamped her team’s internal monthly report for upper management to make it more meaningful, impactful, and relevant. She’s also founder and chair of the Lehi chapter of the Verisk Women’s Network, a member of the Verisk Global Network, and a recruitment liaison for the Lehi office.
Surinder always has sharp, insightful contributions and makes his complex, sophisticated statistical analyses understandable and actionable. This year, outside of his scope entirely, Surinder helped secure a major contract between India’s National Disaster Management Authority and Verisk Extreme Event Solutions, which doesn’t have a presence in Delhi. Despite being an employee of Verisk’s insurance businesses, Surinder accepted the role of point of contact for the project and shepherded the deal, making many trips to the NDMA office even as a devastating wave of COVID-19 hit the area.
Hathairat’s tirelessness in pursuit of LGBTQ+ inclusion and belonging in the APAC region, both at Verisk and the wider community, is an inspiration. In recent years, she’s almost single-handedly led Verisk’s Pride efforts (as part of the Verisk Pride Network for LGBTQ+ employees and their allies) in the APAC region, championing publicly and influencing quietly on engagement in our offices, raising awareness, and effecting policy changes. She was instrumental in equalizing the benefits package for LGBTQ+ employees in Singapore, raising Verisk’s profile as an employer of choice in Singapore while positively impacting the lives of LGBTQ+ professionals.
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