WINNING DECISIONS ARE SOMETIMES TOUGH DECISIONS
Yes, some decisions are tough. But no venture ever achieved success without facing tough decisions. For instance, if the wrong person is in a customer-facing position and they don’t properly manage a customer’s experience, it could create problems. What makes it extra tough is that this person has been with the company for a long time and is a loyal employee. Should they be fired? They’re clearly not meant to be on the front line. Maybe there is a better opportunity that is more suited to that employee’s personality. It may be time to move them to a different position. Regardless, the decision has to be made. https://hyken.com/success/winning-decisions-are-sometimes-tough-decisions
Customized Insurance Agency Websites includes GMB Updates
The Big Mistake
Business owners and officers rejecting, not electing, or not purchasing a workers' compensation policy is a decision made to save money that could lead to financial ruin if they are relying on coverage under many health insurance policies that exclude workplace related injuries that are covered OR COULD HAVE BEEN COVERED by workers compensation insurance. Read on »
COMMISSIONER KING CALLS FOR GUA BOARD TO STEP DOWN Insurance Commissioner John F. King called for the resignation of the board members of the Georgia Underwriting Association (“GUA”). In addition, Commissioner King is calling for a complete audit of GUA’s books. Read the entire news release ...
August 12, 2019, Cherokee County, GA -- A Cherokee County man has been charged with arson after he allegedly set his vehicle on fire outside a car shop in Cobb County. Timothy Daniel Coots, 35, is charged with one count each of first degree arson, insurance fraud and giving false statements, Cobb County Fire and Emergency Services said. The investigation began the morning of April 16 when firefighters responded to a call at Jokers Audio & Wheels at 2925 Canton Road in Marietta. Cobb County Fire chief investigator Brian Beaty said Coots’ vehicle, a 2011 Cadilla CTS coupe, had been parked outside the shop “for some months” before ...