Career Wise

Moran, Tom
July 2009
Best's Review;Jul2009, Vol. 110 Issue 3, p16
Trade Publication
The article discusses the multicultural strategies developed by the leading insurance companies in the U.S. Most of the insurance companies are creating several strategies such as cost reduction initiatives, investment decision and employee productivity focus in order to survive in the global competitive marketplace. However, the use of the multicultural strategies in the current insurance market is a proven course for the industry to create a better decision and marketplace.


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