Tuesday, February 26, 2019

The advantage of recruiting non-insurance workers as claims professionals

Source: canadianunderwriter.ca

Author: CADO Admin

For independent adjusters, the need to replace retiring workers is becoming more urgent.

“A number of our front-line adjusters are very senior, very talented and experienced,” said Paul FĂ©ron senior vice president for Ontario and Manitoba at ClaimsPro LP. “In the next 5 to 10 years, a significant number of them will be retiring and deserve to retire. We need to be implementing proper succession planning and mentoring programs.”

Source of the above excerpt: canadianunderwriter.ca

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Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Farmers Insurance Is Using the Oculus Rift to Train Workers in Virtual Reality

Source: Time Inc

Author: Roy

Over the years, virtual reality technology has improved so much that insurance companies are starting to experiment with VR headsets like Facebook’s “fb” Oculus Rift.

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