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NAIC Perspectives on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Apr 19, 2021 / by AAIS posted in Insurance, Regulatory/Compliance, Working in Insurance, Industry, AAIS Pulse, NAIC, Regulators

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The April 13 episode of AAIS Pulse featured a frank discussion on diversity, equity and inclusion in corporate American, the insurance industry, and society at large, as seen through the lens of leaders in insurance regulation.

AAIS’s El Cid Balitaan was joined by Chlora Lindley-Myers, Director of the Missouri Department of Commerce and VP of the Insurance and National Association Of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), and Commissioner Andrew Mais of the Connecticut Insurance Department, who is Secretary Treasurer of the NAIC.

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CEO Angles: Big “I” CEO Explains Concerns About the New Direction in Washington

Mar 3, 2021 / by AAIS posted in Insurance, Issues & Trends, Insurance News/Current Events, COVID-19, Working in Insurance, Legislation & Regulation, AAIS Pulse, Agents, Brokers, Government, Flood Insurance, Taxes, Economy

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AAIS CEO Ed Kelly sat down with Bob Rusbuldt, CEO of the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (Big I) to discuss the impact of the Biden Administration and COVID-19 on insurers – and what may be ahead in the legislative and regulatory arena.

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IMUA, Allianz Leaders Talk Inland Marine Market

Jan 28, 2021 / by AAIS posted in Community, Issues & Trends, Inland Marine, Industry Associations, Working in Insurance, IMUA, Allianz

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AAIS has been a longtime supporter of the Inland Marine Underwriters Association (IMUA). The national association provides exemplary curriculum, training, and resources to strengthen underwriting in inland marine insurance. Every year, the IMUA holds an annual meeting to provide educational opportunities for professionals of all inland marine backgrounds.

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Agile Methodology

Jan 25, 2021 / by AAIS posted in Issues & Trends, Working in Insurance, AAIS Culture

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At AAIS, we’re continually refining our industry-leading products to better serve our Members, developing new products to respond to a quickly changing industry, and building new processes to deliver the best-in-class service and support our Members have come to expect.

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AAIS Makes the Insurance Workplace Modern

Dec 29, 2020 / by AAIS posted in Community, Issues & Trends, Industry Associations, Insurance Operations, Working in Insurance, P&C Insurers, AAIS News & Views, AAIS Insights, Remote Work, Executive

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If you ask anyone working in insurance how they got into the field, they'll tell you two things: that they didn't grow up wanting to be in insurance and that they "fell into it."          

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Preparing and Planning for the Unpredictable

Dec 23, 2020 / by AAIS posted in Community, Insights, Issues & Trends, Events, Working in Insurance, AAIS Webinar Series, Executive

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A global pandemic might not be the first business interruption business owners think of when preparing for the worst. But COVID-19 has left many businesses in peril, wounded by the surmounting effects of an unexpected pandemic. Companies install fire alarms, security cameras, generators, and other preventative measures to prepare for a standard disruption. The economic disaster caused by COVID-19, however, has showcased the growing need for strong business continuity plans to protect businesses from disruption at every level.

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A New WAHVE of Remote Hiring Begs the Question “How?” - Part 2

Nov 19, 2020 / by AAIS posted in Community, Issues & Trends, Events, Insurance Operations, Working in Insurance, P&C Insurers, AAIS Webinar Series, WAHVE, Work At Home Vintage Experts

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After evaluating your organizational structure and asking essential questions about the need to establish a more remote workforce, it’s time to think about the big question… How are you going to effectively hire, attract, onboard and keep people in this remote environment? According to Sharon Emek, Ph.D., CIC, and founder and CEO of Work At Home Vintage Experts (WAHVE), once your hiring strategy and recruiting process is in place, you’ll want to turn to applicant selection, interviews, and onboarding.

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A New WAHVE of Hiring and Onboarding: Part I

Nov 16, 2020 / by AAIS posted in Community, Issues & Trends, Events, Insurance Operations, Working in Insurance, P&C Insurers, AAIS Webinar Series, Executive

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The COVID-19 pandemic has left profound impacts on businesses worldwide, forcing many organizations to pivot to remote work. COVID-19 has taught companies that good, efficient work can be done from anywhere, and that talent identification shouldn’t be confined to geographic locations. As the pandemic continues, some organizations have struggled with how to hire and onboard top talent remotely.

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Design Thinking: A Human-Centric Framework for Problem Solving

Aug 20, 2020 / by Truman Esmond posted in Community, Issues & Trends, Insurtech, IoT, Working in Insurance, P&C Insurers, Innovation, Design Thinking, AAIS News & Views, AAIS Insights, Executive

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Design Thinking is a practical and creative approach to problem solving, used in industries and organizations searching for new, customer-centric ways to enhance the customer experience. Design Thinking aims to better understand consumers' needs and formulate an innovative solution for them. When utilized properly, this framework allows organizations to create faster, more profitable innovations at a more efficient rate. At AAIS, Design Thinking helps formulate innovative insurance solutions, such as the openIDL distributed ledger technology for regulatory reporting in 2018.

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Applying AAIS Expertise in Remote Work to Remote Learning

Aug 13, 2020 / by AAIS posted in Community, Issues & Trends, Insurance Operations, Working in Insurance, P&C Insurers, AAIS News & Views, AAIS Insights, Remote Work, Executive, Distributed Workforce

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COVID-19 has caused an abundance of challenges for businesses everywhere. With protective restrictions, unessential businesses were forced to send employees home and, in many cases, shut down due to the threat of the rapidly spreading virus. These businesses deemed "unessential," however, are essential to the livelihoods of many, leaving businesses in a state of panic. How were they to continue business when they couldn't remain open? Many businesses that could feasibly function as a remote workforce have attempted the transition, and as COVID-19's threats persist, many schools have made the decision as well.

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