Great expectations: The art of customer service

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The insurance industry is growing and has a high need for talented professionals with a variety of training and skills. Recruiters are asking job seekers “where do you fit in?” In this series, Cincinnati Insurance associates describe their own career journeys. In March 2014, Amanda Rendell described how her journey brought a criminal justice major into the insurance industry. This is an update.


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Still teaching; just a different audience

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The insurance industry is growing and has a high need for talented professionals with a variety of training and skills. Recruiters are asking job seekers “where do you fit in?” In this series, Cincinnati Insurance associates describe their own career journeys. — If you had asked the wide-eyed, over-excited Justin Sharp what he would be doing once he graduated from the University of Kentucky, the answer definitely would not have been insurance. After rolling through the motions of switching majors, I finally landed on English education. The prospect of teaching[…..]


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Training offers foundation to build on

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My dad was a highly regarded coach in the Cincinnati area, and the one thing he always instilled in his players was to establish a strong foundation by practicing and perfecting the basics. Once you established the fundamentals, you could build a winning organization. I have found this to be true in both sports and business.


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Life insurance in the workplace

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Good benefits can increase employee satisfaction. If you are an employer, providing valuable benefits that can be paid via payroll deduction can give you an edge when trying to attract and retain workers. Life insurance is one benefit you can offer in the workplace at a reasonable cost.


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