How do you rate your company? Do you like working there? Do you leap out of bed every Monday morning looking forward to another week of stimulation with like-minded souls? If the answer is yes then you might work for one of the five non-life companies listed in The Sunday Times list of best companies to work for.
Out of the 249 companies that applied for consideration, Jardine Lloyd Thompson (JLT) was highest placed from the non-life sector. It was number ten, sandwiched between Bacardi Martini and computer software company SAP. Over the last two years each JLT employee has been given £1,500 of shares.
London market specialist Benfield Group was 18th in the list and ranked second in terms of fair pay. Benfield scored for offering free yoga, massage and t'ai chi.
Churchill Insurance slipped from 19th to 25th, despite Martin Long's half-day a month working in "back to the floor" jobs.
Also down - this time from 32nd to 42nd - is Cardiff's Admiral Insurance.
Just scraping into the table at 96 - four ahead of Tesco - is St Paul, which impressed with its unlimited number of £10 awards for good service.
Other familiar names on the list are Bain & Co - the firm that helped Sax Riley produce a report for the modernisation of Lloyd's - and Home Service, which sells plumbing cover for domestic emergencies.