南希Germond is the President of Insurance Writer, a consulting firm located in Phoenix, 亚利桑那州. With more than three decades of risk management experience, her unique insights and abilities help businesses better understand and manage their risk. 南希 has authored scores of risk management-related articles, white papers and has consulted and presented to both public sector and private sector insurance organizations.
A second-generation insurance professional, 南希 was the first risk manager of the City of Prescott, 亚利桑那州, and has worked in the private and public sectors as a claim and risk manager. In 1997 she founded Insurance Writer to assist insurance organizations to better manage their employment-related issues and to better penetrate the competitive insurance marketplace. 南希拿B.A. in Communication from Mills College and a Masters degree in sociology from Lincoln University. She also holds the Associate in 风险管理, the Associate in 索赔 designation from the Insurance Institute of America, the Insurance Training Professional Designation from the Society of Insurance Trainers and is a Senior Professional in Human Resource Management.
员工流动率随时都可能很高, but when you have one generation that is leaving the workforce at the same time as another is entering it, the result can be difficult for the business, 和行业. 在这个会话, 南希Germond is addressing one of the greatest needs in the insurance world, bringing the next generations up to speed before another generation exits the scene completely. 参加我们这门重要的课吧.
What makes for a compensable workers' compensation claim? This question has become exceedingly important in light of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. Is it possible that someone might have a compensable COVID-19 related workers' compensation claim? This class will help you explain to your clients why injuries or illnesses that do not seem work-related may be accepted for payment.
This is the question that 南希Germond wants to help us answer. Join us for this important and timely session on the effect that COVID-19 is going to have on certain workers' compensation claims today and in the future.