|Posted on Wednesday, June 14, 2000 - 9:42 am: |
And people wonder why boxes of files end up in the nearest body of water sometimes...
|Posted on Thursday, June 01, 2000 - 5:42 pm: |
Now, Now, Certified Catman..., Yes all these sterling qualities are in abundance with the company kids. And that is why the vendors need the same types to interface and run interference for us field hands as 'Team Leaders' and 'RT's'.
I find that a good survival technique is to play the vendor management off on the carrier management so they then leave me in peace as they are too busy dealing with one another.
|Posted on Thursday, June 01, 2000 - 4:32 pm: |
Let us all fall on our own swords.
Granted we have all had our disagreements with company adjusters, I have usually found that an open line of communication worked well. Met lots of comp adj who worked their butt off and were extremely competent. But then again I don't get into the team adjusting with a company team leader looking to make a name. Just hate the colors of the shirts and caps.
|Posted on Thursday, June 01, 2000 - 1:20 pm: |
In order to work as staff for an insurance carrier during a catastrophe, a staffer must be able to give proper definitions for the following words which are required vocabulary for insurance carrier staff:
Expensive carrier paid meals
8 to 5
Free long distance calls home
If a staffer knows all of these words and can use them in sentences fluently, then they are also qualified to be a manager or supervisor.