Working doesn't look like it used to. With "mobile," we are "on" anytime, anywhere. We are more diverse than ever. And, our clients expect us, their advisors to proactively provide solutions for their changing needs and to make their lives more convenient. They want us to make doing business with us as easy as possible.
A straight line is the shortest distance from one point to another. And so it is with goal achievement. We achieve goals faster without distractions and in an environment that supports the effort.
At VANTREO, we often refer to corporate culture as W.I.N., an acronym for “What Is Normal”.
Workers compensation injuries and automobile insurance claims are the top two most invasive premium cost drivers in insurance today.
Distracted driving has become a cultural norm. And rather than preventing on-the-job injuries, most employers now expect them because they believe "accidents just happen".
Claim costs are skyrocketing.
The proven solution comes from within the organization. We call it the "judo move".
Here's how it works...
Employees in the home are often considered “family”. They also see and hear things like family. Sometimes that information is used against the family when an employee feels he/she has been treated unfairly.
Claims such as invasion of privacy, wrongful dismissal, retaliation, discrimination, harassment, hostile work environment, libel, slander or defamation of character often occur in employment situations.
True “insurance” in life requires living responsibly…and yet, too many Americans allow their digital and personal freedoms to place them, the people around them, and the planet at risk.
Join VANTREO, and the amazing businesses we work with, to protect people and the earth by investing socially and environmentally when it comes to insurance.
Here are 5 simple, “insurance-responsible” behaviors that each of us can adopt for the greater good.
There is nothing more frustrating than knowing that insurance was available to cover a devastating loss but you just don't have it. Whether it's learning that you can't afford to rebuild your home, regretting not buying life insurance for a loved one, or realizing that you should have accepted the catastrophic coverage (like earthquake, windstorm, or flood) that you now need...uninsured loss can be heartbreaking.