About Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company
Nationwide has a history of industry firsts. For the first few decades of its existence, starting in 1926, Nationwide was known as Farm Bureau Mutual Automobile Insurance Company. In the late 1920s, it began its expansion across the U.S., and after a series of acquisitions, it became known as Nationwide in 1955. In the 1960s, Nationwide became the first insurance company to offer 24-hour claims service, which has since become an industry standard practice. It was the first to endorse Medicare, and it pioneered the idea of incentives for safe driving.
Today, Nationwide offers insurance policies for numerous vehicles such as cars, boats, ATVs, RVs, personal watercrafts, and golf carts. Additionally, it offers property insurance, life insurance, and special insurance, including umbrella, travel, pet, and wedding insurance. Outside of claims, sales, and customer service opportunities, Nationwide’s award-winning information technology department has exciting positions in application development, architecture, and more.
Nationwide’s Associate Giving Campaigns are designed to encourage its employees to donate their time and energy to charities across the U.S. Its blood donation program is a partnership with American Red Cross and other blood service providers. Nationwide provides incentive for its employees to donate blood with paid time off. Other programs include the Community Giving Campaign, and the Associates Helping Associates campaign. The latter is unique in that it encourages Nationwide employees to support one another during financial hardships.
1 Nationwide Plaza
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone: (614) 249-7111
CEO: Kirt Walker
$38,109 - $120,730
Des Moines, IA
San Antonio, TX