What Every Insurance Employer Should Know

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The guide is intended to assist an employer in the hiring and interviewing process of their new employees and to provide some practicable insight and tips on dealing with difficult employees, including their termination. A must read for every insurance employer

"It takes years to build a business and can take only one mistake to ruin it,” according to Angelo Gioia. “This is a practicable guide and resource that every insurance agency should read and use as an effective risk management tool...

Angelo J. Gioia, Executive Director of AgentsofAmerica.ORG announces today the release of the next chapter of the eBook, Thirteen Things Every Insurance Agent & Broker Should Know. The new chapter, entitled, The Contemporary Supervisor’s Guide to Managing their Insurance Employees, was written by Kathleen M. Bonczyk, M.B.A., and Esq.

“In addition to their clients, an insurance agency’s most important asset is their reputation,” explains Ms. Bonczyk. “The guide is intended to assist an employer in the hiring and interviewing process of new employees and to provide some practicable insight and tips on dealing with difficult employees, including their termination”.

“It takes years to build a business and can take only one mistake to ruin it,” according to Angelo Gioia. “This is a practicable guide and resource that every insurance agency should read and use as an effective risk management tool in hiring and supervising employees.”

“As a new professional association, our primary objective is to educate insurance agents & brokers and to provide them with both tools and solutions to their everyday problems,” says Mr. Gioia. “Each of our previous chapters has examined and dissected insurance topics and coverage issues that every insurance agent and broker should know”. Written by prominent lawyers from around the country who focus on complex insurance matters, the eBook is part of an ongoing series of publications produced by Agents of America (AoA).

The eBook will be available to both members and non-members of AgentsofAmerica.ORG. To download this and previous chapters, go to http://agentsofamerica.org/aoaebooks.php

About Kathleen Bonczyk

Kathleen M. Bonczyk maintains an Of Counsel relationship with Long Marmero & Associates, LLP, and 44 Euclid Street, Woodbury, NJ 08096. Phone: (856) 848-6440; Fax: (856) 848-5002. http://www.longmarmero.com/

Bonczyk is a consultant and attorney whose area of practice is limited to insurance and labor and employment law. She is former human resources professional with an extensive corporate background. Over the years, Ms. Bonczyk has trained hundreds of executives, managers and supervisors on various topics related to equal employment opportunity and labor and employee relations. Additionally, she coaches, counsels, and advises employers on human resources matters and conducts on-site workshops, audits, and investigations into allegations of discriminatory hiring practices, wrongful termination, retaliation and harassment, among other matters related to the employment life cycle.

About AgentsofAmerica.ORG and Teach & Reach Program
AgentsofAmerica.ORG is an Insurance Agent's Association and indispensable resource for news, products, services, education, and industry information throughout America. The organization's mission is to deliver the BEST people, products, information, and services to agents all designed to help them manage and grow their business and provide ongoing value to their clients. Our motto is "Bringing the BEST Together". AgentsofAmerica.ORG is offering a FREE MEMBERSHIP and FREE EBOOK to anyone interested in learning about the valuable benefits the new organization offers. All members are eligible for additional discounts and access to an extensive array of other membership programs. Visit http://www.AgentsofAmerica.org for more information.

AoA’s Teach & Reach program gives insurance agents and brokers numerous tools to help grow their businesses. The comprehensive “Teach & Reach” program includes, Access to Social Media Expertise,
Webinars and Education, E-Newsletters, E-Books, Featured Articles, Tools and Tips

Watch for our Weekly Tips on How to Incorporate Social Media into your business in addition to our Featured Monthly Article in our E & O Prevention Newsletter. Finally, stay tuned for our Social Media Webinars starting in the fall. Each webinar will include valuable information on Social Media that you can incorporate into your business.

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