Tag Archives: small details

Thanking Employees: How To Show Gratitude After A Job Well Done

Approximately 64% of working Americans leave their job because they feel underappreciated. Thanking employees for a job well done on a project is a great way to increase employee morale and motivation. Many people assume that employees are only motivated financially, but this simply is not the case. While it makes sense to financially compensate employees for continued successes, consistent encouragement from upper management is always welcome. Any employee that cares enough to put effort and quality into their work will also be motivated by acknowledgement of their efforts. Here are a few ways you can express gratitude for a job well done.

Read our blog post, “Showing Employee Appreciation” for more useful ideas on how to show appreciation.

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Sales Tips: Value vs. Price

Here at Society Insurance, it’s all about the Small details that make a Big difference. When selling an intangible product like commercial insurance, it’s important to promote the value that the customer receives. Sales professionals who don’t know how to sell value will be challenged if they sell on price alone. This approach does not create loyal customers or long-term, profitable growth strategies.

As Society’s products and services are marketed, key to success is a clear look at what moves customers to make purchase decisions. People buy for their own reasons – not ours. They purchase commercial insurance (more…)

VIDEO: 3 Important Considerations for Restaurant Insurance

Society Insurance participated in a restaurant forum panel discussion for culinary students at Moraine Park Technical College in Fond du Lac, Wis. This discussion included a segment on restaurant insurance.

The experienced panel included:

  • Kevin Wondra, Society Insurance Director of Sales and Marketing
  • Paul Cunningham, Schreiner’s Restaurant, Fond du Lac
  • Ron Jordan, Wisconsin Restaurant Association
  • Kyle Cherek, Wisconsin Foodie

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