https://www.bhhc.com/

Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies

About Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies

Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies (BHHC) is a group of six regional insurance carriers that are part of the Berkshire Hathaway Insurance Group. Headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska, the Homestate Companies began operations with the incorporation of its lead carrier Cornhusker Casualty Company on January 20, 1970. Since that time, BHHC has evolved from a mid-western regional carrier to a multi-state insurance group writing a diverse book of policies from coast to coast.

Mission Statement

We strive to be the premier insurance carrier in our chosen markets by providing compassionate care to injured workers, superior service to our policy holders and producer clients, and outstanding career opportunities for our employees while consistently delivering industry-leading returns to our shareholders.

Shared Values

Service to our external clients and to each other is our first priority.
We are dedicated to helping injured workers achieve the fullest possible recovery through effective and timely treatment and support.
We are dedicated to helping our policyholders minimize their insurance costs through state-of-art accident prevention techniques, return to work programs, and aggressive fraud mitigation.
We are committed to disciplined underwriting and pricing at all times.
We operate our functional areas as if we owned them personally.
We are passionate about becoming better and more efficient at what we do.
We are always accountable for our individual actions and those of our teams.
We learn from our mistakes; we do not bury them.
We lend a hand to each other rather than point a finger at one another.

Reviews

Insurance Underwriting Intern

June 2019 Omaha, NE
“Very independent work environment, do your work and it’s very easy to get a full time offer.”

Human Resources Assistant

June 2018 San Francisco, CA
“The work environment is great as well as the many opportunities I’ve had to learn and grow in this role.”
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