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Though drivers were stuck at home for much of the year, Progressive’s business remained in high gear. The company did not lay off or furlough workers, and even offered personal auto customers 20% rebates in May and June of 2020. One employee appreciated that Progressive modified its bonus schedule to pay out quarterly rather than at year-end, a move that helped families who might have experienced a job loss. Says one veteran of the Fortune 500 company, led by Tricia Griffith, who was Fortune’s 2018 Businessperson of the Year: “Progressive is by far the best place I’ve ever worked.”
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