Insights for the Insurance Professional
Learn the key solutions to help minimize Corporate Risk of Executive talent.
Learn how to improve your client experience and get policies signed faster.
The insurance industry is way behind the curve on talent acquisition, but don’t let the magnitude of the problem overwhelm you. Small steps can get...
So you think you’re pretty progressive about social media. You’re blogging, posting videos on YouTube and engaging clients and prospects on the Internet.
Small businesses are a large part of the American tradition, and still play a vital role in the U.S. economy. Consider: In 2011 there were...
Growth is good, but specialists still struggle with hiring, retention, and social media.
A new Reagan study shows that only 56% of producer hires are successful. Here are six tips to beat the odds.
Top small-business producers and other experts offer advice on how to target this growing business segment.
Agencies that build strong relationships with this robust niche are reaping the benefits of profits, referrals and retention.
Remember last winter? (Ugh.) Share this checklist with your customers to help protect their property from the ravages of wind, hail, rain and snow.
Establishing a presence on social media can be like building a sand castle: when the tide shifts, you may have to start from scratch.
A new report by the Assn. of Certified Fraud Examiners finds 22% of cases involve losses of at least $1 million.
Latest study finds that top-performing agencies saw strong but "stagnant" profitability in 2013.
I recently had the pleasure of addressing a group of insurance executives at a gathering hosted by WaterStreet, a company that provides policy and claims...
Wreaking $8.5 billion of insured losses, it was one of the biggest, costliest and most tenacious hurricanes to hit the U.S.
With AIG and Lloyd's leading the way, E&S market players can look forward to more growth as the economy improves.
Heavy rains, overbuilding and antiquated sewer systems can make flooding a problem just about anywhere.
Insurance educators sound off about insurance recruitment -- and how we need to raise our GPA.
Non-practicing entities (NPE)-based litigation is a growing threat for companies.
And poorer families fare worst, according to a new Bankrate study.
Defendant created shell corporations for fraudulent billing, suit claims.
The role of evidence in subrogation arbitration differs from court proceedings. Here is a look at the seven categories of evidence.
American International Group Inc. lifted limits on property claims tied to acts of terrorism to $1 billion as clients ask for more protection in larger cities.