Filling A Void

Mahoney, Mike; Bishop, Mike
May 2011
Best's Review;May2011, Vol. 112 Issue 1, p33
Trade Publication
The article presents suggestions on how the property and casualty insurance industry of the U.S. re-emerge their businesses in the insurance market. It mentions that insurance companies are facing tough time due to shortage of adjusters, more complexity of regulation, and advancing consumer expectations. It advices that companies should recruit young claim adjusters and retain them by providing training, attractive compensation structure and more flexible work environment.


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