Small Commercial Insurance: Learning the lingo

Today, I took unexpected time off of work due to unforeseen circumstances. Since we’re working remotely, I reached out to my facilitator, and boss via Microsoft Teams and filled them in on what was happening. Later today, I discovered that I could pop into work although it was only for 2.5 hours. Flashback to my prior job, there is no way I would have even worked, if I was going to be out of the office. I imagine I would have felt the same way if I was working remotely also. However, the environment, my boss, and my team make it all worthwhile. I had my weekly 1:1 sessions with my manager. I must say that I’m truly appreciating the hands-on approach she has with us during our Onboarding. There is so much to learn, and it’s nice to bounce ideas off of her and get to know her more as a person. Once week 10 hits, I won’t be meeting with her weekly.

There’s still a lot to learn, and I’m doing my best o understand the insurance lingo used when talking about the various coverages that my department works with. I’m working with the Small Commercial side; Workmans Compensation, General Liability, Auto, and all the extras like additions like BPP, COI, Umbrella, fraud, and many other additions that a small business owner can have.

In other news…

Today I was drilling holes in this pot. This terra-cotta pot came with a plant that was planted inside a plastic pot. This lovely container served as the cachepot.

The plant’s leaves were a bit crispy in its feel. This is a plant that I purchased last week. However, giving the plant a long drink of water, and draining well, has brought the leaves (almost) back to normal.

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