Is Customer Preference Still Important

In an era with unlimited communication at our fingertips, the number of people that businesses can reach has never been higher and this is true of the insurance sector. Over the last decade the use of virtual assistants has become roaringly popular in business. As stated by ProProfs Chat: It was estimated that by 2020, 85%…

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Details Differentiate

To prepare for a meeting with a client or an interview for that perfect next job, we spend a lot of time and resources on first impressions, interview prep, and even the outfit we choose to wear. But we don’t pay attention to much after that. However, what follows after first impressions, interviews, or outfit…

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Creative Holiday Ideas for Unprecedented Times

This year has been unprecedented in many ways, but as it comes to a close, this Holiday season’s restrictions are wringing the hearts of many families all over the world. Certain family traditions are being ignored as people worldwide try to limit contact with others, and many live with worry over COVID-19. Depending on where…

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Cyber Insurance Addresses Current Cyber Threats

In a world where headlines about Tech are splashed across the top of every business-related news source, cyber insurance has become a major line of coverage for many insurance carriers and their data security conscious clients.  As the pandemic continues to alter lives causing more people than ever to work from home and use mobile…

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An Insurance Forecast: A Tech Takeover?

Is customer preference and convenience producing a movement in today’s insurance world toward the use of artificial intelligence? COVID-19 has certainty highlighted the advantage of utilizing Insurtech. Shifts in recent months to streamline the insurance industry have shown forecasts and data highlighting these benefits. Let’s take a look at some Insurtech trends that will be…

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Business and Philosophy: Applying Principles of Stoicism in the Workplace

The ancient philosophy of Stoicism might not seem like the most relevant source of inspiration for the modern-day business arena. However, if we applied some of its key principles, how would our workspace look different? What sorts of changes might we expect in company cultures and atmospheres? How would it change the way we interact…

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Why Work is Good for Us

We all like to joke about how unpleasant Mondays can be. Usually Mondays get a bad rap because it means the weekend has officially ended and it’s time to go back to work. But in all seriousness, work is good for us, and it has many advantages beyond pay checks and health insurance coverage. As…

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Is It Legal to Ask About a Candidate’s Salary History?

In the past, asking a potential employee about their salary history was a common part of the hiring process. Employers and hiring managers would use this information to eliminate over- and under-qualified candidates from the search, as well as to determine a good offer for new hires.  Recently, however, there has been a growing trend…

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Don’t Jump the Gun: Quitting Your Old Job Without a New One

Making important decisions is never easy and deciding to change jobs is often a monumental one. There are always so many factors to consider before making the final call, with timing being chief among them. To resign prematurely often brings unwelcome consequences, both financially and professionally; therefore, we generally recommend waiting until you have first…

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