For brokers, results matter more than risk management capabilities. Clients and prospects don’t care about promises, but the quantifiable impact you deliver.
Many employers are failing to report serious injuries to OSHA. If one of your insured gets dinged, they’ll probably wonder why their broker didn’t warn them.
Want to save money? Pay attention to your organization’s demographics—they tell a story about workplace injuries and workers’ compensation costs.
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.
There’s a disconnect between insurance providers & small business owners—and thanks to a new industry report, we now have the numbers to prove it.
To stand out in today’s insurance market, your brokerage needs to offer clients from NY to CA a comprehensive workplace harassment prevention solution.
From farmers to construction workers, roofers to fishers, the people with the most dangerous jobs are doing difficult and often undervalued work.
Although virtually every employer wants to protect their workforce, not every organization has an injury and illness prevention program (IIPP) in place.