I recently read one of those garden variety diatribes bemoaning the fact that employees do not exhibit the same degree of loyalty to their employers as their predecessors did in the “good old days.”
Before delving into what insurers can do to remedy this situation (at least where underwriting professionals are concerned), let us first consider the pathogenesis of the less-than-loyal mentality.
My parents lived through the Great Depression (the one in the 1930’s!).
Parents who survived the Great Depression and later flourished, relatively speaking, within their economic class, sent their offspring a crystal clear message: