Month: August 2018

Consumer satisfaction pertaining to personal injury cases

In the past two decades, the customer world has transformed dramatically. Search engines and even social media has transferred power from sellers to consumers. Simultaneously, industries are experiencing technical development threats, which has enabled new competitors to challenge the executives or business owners. No longer do customers need to be attached with unsatisfactory providers. They can switch to others and… Read more →

Measuring the ROI of Training Programs

“People are our greatest asset” is an oft repeated phrase in the corporate lexicon. If people are indeed the greatest assets, organizations should start looking at training programs as investments in human capital and not as expenses. Training programs can be categorized into two broad areas, viz. sales and technical training, which is tangible; and the more intangible workshops on… Read more →

Technology making pools safe for children

“There’s not a day that goes by that I don’t pray for the opportunity to go back to that day and make it different. But now we have this opportunity to make other parents’ days different,” Morgan Miller told TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie in her and her husband’s first interview following the drowning death of their young daughter. Emeline “Emmy” Miller… Read more →