There are, however, others who have their main jobs or jobs and who, in their spare time, dedicate themselves to taking out insurance in order to increase their livelihood or
raise more money for the holidays, and can also dedicate themselves to agriculture,
livestock or even the sale of security deposits (not pledges), among others.
True mediators or mediation entrepreneurs live from day to day
its work with effort and selflessness in the uncompromising defense of its Clients.
However, we have on the other side of the “barricade”, some individuals who, because they are in the
Insurance companies like to organize meetings with mediators, with the sole intention of debiting the notes they take to read, I don’t know if it’s to see their weak oratorical skills, or the few ideas conveyed there. I think it’s more because they want to see people clapping around them from the pulpit.
First I think that each of these people should send to the recipients of
in written and/or other form the elements you wanted to see transmitted. Second, if they wanted to have people in the room clapping for them, they could always hire one of the
agencies of extras that appear on the television screen and they do have patience
to be sitting there (not listening to them, because partly due to their age they are a bit deaf).
This comes from the fact that professional insurance mediators, while being mediation entrepreneurs, are also bosses, some of themselves and others with
a range of considerable collaborators to meet the demands of its extensive
customer portfolio. And behold, some employees with management or administrative functions in the insurance industry (but not more than employees and subjects
to which the shareholders dictate) sometimes make notes like the one issued last week by one of these gentlemen, saying that from that date the commissions
due to the mediators would be reduced, according to the table attached.
I would like to see him receive a note from the insurance company’s HR informing him that he would receive less pay. It was deserved.
It reminds me of that guy who was a director at a large insurance company and who was called to a Board of Directors meeting, where he was promoted to Director. In the next 60 seconds he was removed and placed literally in the middle of the street. They had never told him that when he became administrator he would no longer be on the company’s staff and could be dismissed at any time by the shareholders.
After all, not only to this one but to some others, his lack of consideration for the work of those who
is on the ground, sooner or later leads them to move from “boss” Olivias to
Olivias “seamstresses”, the sketches they made in their professional lives sooner or later transform them into sockets in the insurance industry.
There must be respect for the work of others, because, unfortunately, a substantial number of mediators are beginning to lack it.