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Advice from Debbie Morales The Claims Professional

Advice from Debbie Morales The Claims Professional

If you know the moving industry, you might have had the pleasure in meeting Debbie Morales, owner of Metro Claims and Relocations Service International. The only job she hasn’t experienced in the moving business is actually driving the trucks. This allows Debbie to truly understand the business and makes her an expert on everything that a moving company is involved with. However, Debbie runs a successful business in furniture restoration, accidents happen and items will suffer damage; this damage needs assessing in a short time-frame as to the possibility of repair.

Congress Considers Moving Business Concerns

Congress Considers Moving Business Concerns

You need to make sure your moving businesses is up to date with policy changes and implementations, which could have an effect on your business. You must be aware of any potential changes that could help or hinder your future business plans. Congress is taking the first steps at two policies, which could affect moving businesses.

IAM Survey Results For 2014

IAM Survey Results For 2014

It is important for moving companies to see an overall picture of the industry to find out as a whole how it is progressing. It can highlight the areas that might be seeing a reduction in growth or, alternatively, improvement each year. A survey of the moving industry is offered to all members of the IAM and the results play an important factor in seeing if businesses are moving forward after a few difficult years.

Connecting The Mentor And The Protégé

Connecting The Mentor And The Protégé

The IAM noticed a very important aspect of moving businesses. There are those with a lot of experience and the potential to be mentors by helping those who are inexperienced. They can help and guide them on their own journey in this vast global business by helping them learn and understand information that sometimes only experience can explain.

The IAM Working to Improve the Moving Industry

The IAM Working to Improve the Moving Industry

The IAM annual conference that took place recently covered many important items affecting moving businesses. Along with appointing two new board members, IAM focused on solving problems and addressing issues that those in attendance wanted to hear about including legal requirements and industry updates.

Encouraging Young Professionals in Moving

Encouraging Young Professionals in Moving

The IAM is proud of the work that happens to introduce young people into the moving companies across America. Young professionals are after all, going to be the future for all these companies. What is important is giving these young people the support and encouragement they need to develop and grow, by meeting new people and discovering the exciting career they are embarking upon.

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