December 2013
Resources Magazine;Winter2013, p16
The article focuses on best practices to be considered by insurance businesses in managing risks. Among the best practice considerations include public opinion and perception, factors influencing communications in the claims process, and the benefits of proper staffing. Several studies which identify best practices are also mentioned including the study by the Insurance Research Council, Best Practices Survey of Ward Financial Group Inc., and the Gallup Organization study.


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