Workplace drama is incredibly expensive. It's as wasteful and destructive as lighting millions of $100 bills on fire.
This internally-generated drama destroys EBITDA (the key metric of a business's market value), and hands our business growth opportunities and profit to our competitors.
So where does workplace drama come from and how do we get rid of it?
Workplace drama is rooted in a lack of "emotional intelligence"... something we all should have learned about in high school but most of us never did.
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Insurtech has got it wrong!
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Are you responsible for the insurance?
Here are a few easy things to remedy before someone needs to use that insurance...
1. Wrong names
Insurance carriers protect and defend the named insured(s) listed on the policy. So check the real estate title, the automobile registration, the business’ articles of incorporation, the trust, and anything else that can verify exactly who really needs to be protected by the insurance purchased.
2. Insurance that doesn’t align with the contracts that have been signed
The world of business in undergoing a major shift.
Increasingly, companies are choosing to incorporate “social and environmental impact” into their business model…a model that purposely supports people, the community, and the environment through the act of doing business.
Here’s what can happen when we assume employees will use “common sense” to work safely. Check out this video.