National Underwriter Property & Casualty-December 2014

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  • Ways to Attract & Keep Young Talent

    Laura Mazzuca Toops

    Dealing with the issue of talent acquisition is like facing an approaching steamroller: You have plenty of time to sidestep disaster, but youll get flattened if you don't.

  • Getting Schooled

    Michael P. Voelker

    These days, one of the greatest exposures for educational institutions involves not just enriching students minds, but also keeping them intact.

  • Grappling With Ridesharing

    Paul Tetrault, JD, ARM, Aim

    State legislatures and municipalities have taken notice of, and, in some cases, taken action on the ridesharing trend, including addressing insurance implications.

  • That's Rich

    Spencer Houldin

    As a staunch supporter of the independent agency channel and someone who is proud to serve the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of America, I am inspired when I see agents and other professionals banding together to help one another become more successful.

  • ‘Pretty Good’ is Not Good Enough

    Richard Mintzer,CLU

    Although Im a loyal Denver Broncos fan, the early season play of the Dallas Cowboys inspired this month's Avoiding E&O topic.

  • Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

    Rick Gilman, APR, CMP

    Consumer reviews of businesses, products and service is growing its influence over other consumers action than ever before. Apps like Yelp, Foursquare, Around Us and more are built around the idea that sharing our opinions is a part of social engagement.

  • Change the Conversation

    Tom Barrett, CIC, AIA

    Insurance distribution dominates conversations about the marketplace. We talk about enormous advertising budgets, overwhelming messaging to the audience, a focus on price and saving money, and conducting business in a nanosecond.

  • Trouble in Paradise

    Barry Zalma, Esq., CFE

    An insurance brokerage firm is responsible for the wrongful conduct of its agents and employees while they give the appearance that the individual is working on behalf of the brokerage.

  • Charity Matters. Here's Why.

    Shawn Moynihan

    The equation is pretty simple, when you think about it: There are those who have nothing, and those who can help themand when charity works, the story should be heard.

  • What's Your Legacy?

    Laura Mazzuca Toops

    In late 1843, Charles Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol as a holiday novel, expressly designed to make him some quick money.

  • All I Want for Christmas

    Chris Amrhein

    Yes, it has been a long time since I last wrote. But deep down, I always knew that if a day should arrive when all else has failed, you would be there. Please say you can help me this year with my one simple, yet fervent gift request.

  • Charity Works

    Shawn Moynihan

    Here's where we elevate the conversation about the insurance business charitable work and those it touches.

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