WINDSOR, Conn, Feb. 4, 2010 — LIMRA and LOMA announced today that their Virtual Worker System has received a 2009 Product of the Year Award for exceptional innovation from Technology Marketing Corporation's (TMC®) Customer Interaction Solutions magazine.
LIMRA and LOMA’s Virtual Worker System Gives Companies Insight Into Who Will Be Effective Teleworkers
WINDSOR, Conn., Aug. 10, 2009 – Almost 34 million Americans, or one-fifth of the workforce work outside of the traditional office setting at least once a month and with the proliferation of high-speed Internet, technological advances, as well as increasing gas prices and other costs, experts estimate that number will continue to grow in the coming years.
WINDSOR, Conn., Feb. 8, 2017 – LIMRA’s financial advisor tool, Trustworthy Selling, has been ranked as the top training and development program in a survey of over 300 new and 200 established financial service representatives, conducted by Your Advice Career, an exclusive career site for the financial advice career.
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Financial Companies Dramatically Change Their Recruiting Methods to Find Strong Contact Center Candidates in 10 Years
WINDSOR, Conn., Aug, 23, 2010 — Managers for financial services' contact centers used to pick up the phone to place a newspaper ad when they needed new staff.
WINDSOR, Conn., Oct. 27, 2009 - LIMRA and the Hoopis Performance Network have formed a strategic partnership to bring their talent development and performance tools and services to a broader spectrum of insurance organizations and producers.
Windsor, CT, November 28, 2006 — The heads of LIMRA International and LOMA announced today that they have agreed to begin discussions that could lead to a merger of the two insurance and financial industry research and service organizations.