Musical Chairs

Green, Meg
May 2008
Best's Review;May2008, Vol. 109 Issue 1, p76
Trade Publication
The article discusses the effects of employee defections on companies in the insurance industry. It notes that when a key person leaves an organization to a rival insurance company, it entices others to follow. It is stated that a company losing key personnel tends to raise lawsuits to protect their business. The legal tools and companies who are involved in legal face-offs in the insurance industry involving personnel defections are presented.


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