Central Insurance Companies

Art Imitating Life

Over the weekend, I was watching a drama on television where the plot centered on a law firm and its various office relationships intertwined with some courtroom action.   Although I do like this show, it struck me that the plot had shifted from the actual court proceedings being the core of the show to those behind closed-door trysts.   Definitely not a show  made for young eyes!

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Insurance Discounts with No Coupon Required

Have you ever watched Extreme Couponing?

If you’re not familiar, Extreme Couponing is the name of a hit reality TV show based on “super couponers:” people who go to great lengths to save money on necessary household items by clipping coupons.  The show debuted as a special in late 2010 on the TLC cable network and was so successful, the network immediately ordered a season’s worth of shows which began last spring.

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How I Became a Raccoon Wrangler

As a claims adjuster, I wear a lot of different hats on a daily basis.  On one hand, I am always trying to provide the best customer service, but I am also focused on the steps of adjusting a property claim or investigating an automobile accident. One of the best things about being a claims adjuster is that your job is never boring.  Each claim has different circumstances, which provide separate challenges.

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Decisions, decisions: Tablet vs. the PC

Perhaps you have some Christmas money left over and you’re thinking about getting a tablet, but you’re not sure how it compares to a personal computer, whether it’s a desktop, notebook ,or a netbook.

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Why We Do It

The other day, my daughter and I hopped into the car for a short drive across town. Being that it is January and very cold where I live, I cranked up the heat and turned on my seat warmer. This simple act was met by a chipmunk like voice in the back seat yelling, “That’s no fair! Where’s my butt warmer?!”

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Don’t Fear the Performance Review!

We know we need to recruit the right people and train them well.  Once these people are in place, we need a tool to help monitor performance, set development goals, determine who should be promoted, and how to compensate our people.   Most companies turn to performance reviews to help manage all this.   

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Five Tips for Safe Winter Driving

The winter holiday season brings great things like Christmas, New Year’s celebrations, delicious food, and time with family.  It also can bring not-so-great things like adding pounds to the waistline, juggling a hectic schedule, and feeling more tired when you return to work after the first of the year then you were when the holiday season began!

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