We’re honored to be recognized as a leading company in both tech and insurance.
We embrace evidence, learn from failures, accept criticism, and are always prepared to change our opinions. This creates a culture and environment where everyone—regardless of their role, background, gender, or opinion—can feel comfortable speaking up and being understood.
We want all Obians to feel seen, and valued, making space for everyone to contribute to the team.
We work as one unified team to set a new standard in landlord insurance. In our hybrid nationally-distributed workforce, employees located in Chicago, IL and Lakewood Ranch, FL have the unique opportunity to experience in-office collaboration weekly, while connecting with remote employees nationwide.
We believe the keys to connecting our many fully remote team members are transparent communication, investing in team-building, and celebrating milestones together. Obie does this through the intentional use of Slack and virtual meeting time, as well as virtual social events and celebrations.
From the insurance process, to employee well-being, we’re committed to leaving things better than we found them.
We never stop challenging ourselves to ask hard questions and explore new possibilities.
We value all respectful opinions, giving opportunity for all voices to be heard.
We adapt as we learn, working collaboratively to introduce new ideas and solutions.
At Obie, we know life isn’t always a walk in the park. This is why we provide flexible and supportive benefits to make life easier where we can.
Here's how we take care of our team:
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We believe everyone has something unique to offer — and to that point, we welcome anyone to apply. Where in the world you work from doesn’t matter to us as much as the value you are adding to the team, both as a person and in your area of expertise.
We embrace evidence, learn from failures, accept criticism, and are always prepared to change our opinions. We believe this leads to a culture and environment where everyone — regardless of their role, background, gender, or opinion — can feel comfortable speaking up and being understood.
This link leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.