Bankers Life and Casualty Company Gains National Recognition for its Training Initiatives
Sunday, June 12, 2011
CHICAGO (December 06, 2011) - Bankers Life and
Casualty Company was recently recognized by two national trade
magazines for excellence in its field and home office employee
Training magazine, the leading business publication for
learning and development professionals, named Bankers a finalist in
its Training Top 125, a ranking of company excellence in
employer-sponsored training and development programs. The company
secured a spot among the top companies after being assessed on a
range of qualitative and quantitative factors, including financial
investment in employee development, the scope of development
programs, and how closely development efforts are linked to
business goals and objectives.
Bankers was also honored with a Learning in Practice award for
Innovation presented by Chief Learning Officer magazine,
the foremost resource in workforce learning and development. The
award, which recognizes transformational and visionary practices
and leaders in enterprise education, was presented to Bankers for
the design of the company's New Agent training program, New Agent
Success (NASv). Bankers was chosen from a record number of top
learning organizations and solution providers.
"We have a long-standing commitment to training and development
at Bankers," said Scott Perry, president. "This focus is critical
in helping to achieve our goals of meeting the needs of our
customers, advancing the professional development of our
associates, and remaining competitive in our industry. The
recognition we are receiving on our programs is confirmation that
we are succeeding."
About Bankers Life and Casualty Company
Established in 1879 in Chicago, Bankers Life and Casualty Company
focuses on the financial security needs of the retirement market.
The nationwide company, a subsidiary of CNO Financial Group (NYSE:
CNO), offers a broad portfolio of health and life insurance and
retirement savings products designed especially for seniors. Visit
Bankers online at www.bankers.com.