December 29, 2014 01:15 AM
Are you interested in working at American Fidelity, but want to know just a little bit more? Our top posts from 2014 will help with just that! CIO Helps New Tech Colleagues Share Feedback Starting a new job is exciting, but it can also be stressful as you try to fit in, learn the ropes and get comfortable sharing your opinions. Kim Fisher, our chief information officer, wanted to make sure she connected with new Colleagues in her division and that they felt comfortable coming to her. Day in the Life – Compliance When you hear the word “compliance” what do you think about? Lawyers? Legal requirements? Following rules? You probably think of something along those lines. While our product compliance team does deal with following legal requirements, they also do much more than that, including product development, research, policy writing and more. Learn more about this department from our compliance team leader. AFA Colleague Honored with the 30/30 NextGen Award At American Fidelity, we love recognizing our Colleagues for their hard work, but we also love it when external groups honor our Colleagues. One of our Colleagues, Kristina Evans, recently received the 30/30 NextGen award for being innovative, creative and inspiring. Learn more about Kristina and her award. Total Compensation at AFA When people interview for a new position, they usually ask about the salary, but often don’t ask about the total compensation package. At American Fidelity, we want our Colleagues to understand their total compensation package, benefits and perks. Stepping into the Future Since the late 1960s, American Fidelity Assurance Company has called the 2000 Classen Center in Oklahoma City home. This year, we officially opened up new opportunities with Colleagues stepping into their new work home at 9000 Broadway. Job Openings and Hiring Process Like what you read? Check out American Fidelity’s other OKC job openings and field sales positions and learn about our hiring process. If you have questions about our openings, let us know in the comments!