After 13 consecutive quarters of premium increases, it’s never been more important to differentiate yourself from the competition. Want to increase your retention? Start by helping your insureds help themselves.
Injuries, fines, workers’ compensation claims, lawsuits, loss of equipment, turnover—employers these days have a lot to worry about when it comes to property and casualty risk. As an insurance broker, you should be worried about all that too. After all,…
How Can Insurance Firms Differentiate Themselves in a Crowded Market? 3 Words: Value. Added. Services.Brokers
To truly differentiate themselves, foster consumer loyalty, and grow their businesses, agencies and brokerages must provide clients with value-added services.
KPA's Stewardship Study highlights the key areas where brokers need to focus enable them to be the true problem-solver their clients need. Dive into the data.
A look at how brokers scored their stewardship programs: Responses share some insights into brokers’ strengths & weaknesses, with some areas for improvement.
Most insurance brokers overlook the recordkeeping, reporting, and employee training systems their clients use, even when those systems have proven ineffective.
Workers’ compensation insurance is a necessary operating cost for your insureds. That doesn’t mean it’s a fixed cost. Learn strategies to help your insureds help themselves.
OSHA calls it a “voluntary program,” but it’s mandatory in many locations and industries. Here’s what you need to know about 10- and 30-hour Outreach Training.
How will big losses play out in policies, pricing, & claims? What kind of legal challenges will employers face? Read how COVID-19 is impacting P&C insurance.