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Press Room

Cybercriminals often rely on chance. That’s why they tend to roll the dice with large organizations. While it’s important to have preventative measures in place to protect your company’s data and devices, it’s perhaps more important to recognize if a hacking attempt has slipped through the cracks.

By Shoaib Yunus

While you’ve seen most organizations relying on a marketing and sales team to bring home the revenue, the success of these functions depends on how you train them.
Building a successful sales team requires attention to certain key details. And here are some factors I believe are critical in building and training a great sales team to expect the desired results.

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Legislative Updates

AM Best

Alaska Insurance Director Lori Wing-Heier has approved average workers’ compensation loss cost reductions of 14.8% in the voluntary market and 17.5% in the assigned risk market.

California Department of Insurance

Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones today adopted and issued a revised advisory pure premium rate, lowering the benchmark to $1.63 per $100 of payroll for workers' compensation insurance.effective January 1, 2019.

Department of Commerce and Insurance

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam and Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance (TDCI) Commissioner Julie Mix McPeak today announced that Tennessee workers’ compensation insurance premiums will decrease for the sixth consecutive year to a record low, continuing the trend of substantial savings created for Tennessee employers and workers.

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