Members from Protective’s IT, Digital and Innovation and marketing team, had the opportunity to attend Sloss Tech, the Southeast’s premier tech conference. Here’s what they learned.
By recognizing your strengths and weaknesses, you can better your chances of success in your chosen career. Follow these steps to identifying your strengths and weaknesses.
Emotional intelligence is a must-have trait for those who want to become indispensable to their organization and gain a competitive advantage in their field.
New Zealand’s Michaela Blyde is The World Games Athlete of the Month for June 2019. Michaela’s achievements span more than just her impressive history on the 7s team for New Zealand, including winning 10 out of the last 12 tournaments and being named the 7s Series Player of the Year for the last two years. Michaela sat down with Protective Life and answered a few questions about rugby, her rugby achievements and what she’s looking forward to in the future. Q: How long have you been playing rugby? What about the sport compelled you to try it out? I started playing rugby in 2012 (age 16) at New Plymouth Girls High School. My mum was working at the Taranaki Rugby Union when the NZ Women’s 7s trials were starting and told me to try out. I was playing soccer at the time but was excited to give a new sport a go.…
The benefit of community service is the positive impact on individuals and organizations in need. But what effect can corporate community involvement have on employees and the company itself?
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, apprenticeships are beneficial to both employers and workers. Read about Protective’s partnership with two Birmingham apprentice programs.
Protective received a certificate of award for its display of the United States flag at its Birmingham headquarters from a local chapter of DAR.
Protective is committed to improving the quality of life for the people in the places where we serve, live and work.
With people retiring later, five generations of the population now work side-by-side and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.