Be our guest: How to manage visitors with both safety and service
In today’s fraught times, business continuity and success hinges on how you manage the visitors to your company. By prioritising safety and security, and coupling them with top-notch attention and customer service, you win loyalty and gain a reputation that will serve you in years to come. An excellent way to accomplish this is by identifying and implementing the best visitor management system for your company.
And visitor management systems go beyond ensuring the safety of your visitors and staff safety from your visitors. A feature-rich VMS will track your guests’ activities, so you can better understand their preferences for future visits. That way, you can manage visitor experience and tailor amenities and preferences. Both customer loyalty and brand reputation benefit.
Visitor management systems: who uses it, and why is it used?
Visitor management refers to all the
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 11, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Centene Corporation (NYSE: CNC) announced today that it plans to expand its offering in the 2021 Health Insurance Marketplace. The company is targeting expansion of its Marketplace product, branded Ambetter, in nearly 400 new counties across 13 existing states. In addition, Ambetter-branded Marketplace products will be offered in two new states, New Mexico and Michigan. This brings the total number of states with Centene’s Marketplace offerings to 22.
“At a time when many Americans are grappling with the health and economic effects of COVID-19, it is critical that we leverage our scale, capabilities and expertise to provide accessible, high-quality healthcare services to our members,” said Michael F. Neidorff, Chairman, President and CEO for Centene. “We know that many Americans are struggling during this crisis, and we are committed to expanding our Ambetter product, offering affordable options for care during this
NEW DELHI :
Markets regulator Sebi has barred Money Plus Research Advisory and Financial Services and its proprietor Pravin Meshram from acting as investment advisors, for providing unauthorised trading tips to investors.
Besides, they have been restrained from accessing the securities market until further orders.
After receiving complaints, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) carried out a preliminary examination to ascertain whether unregistered investment advisory activities are being carried out by the firm.
In its interim order, Sebi said Money Plus is soliciting and inducing the investors to deal in the securities market on the basis of investment advice, stock tips, etc., prima facie, without having the requisite registration as mandated under the investment advisor (IA) regulations.
The amount of money, prima facie, observed to have been collected by Money Plus and its proprietor Pravin Meshram was ₹53.85 lakh.
Accordingly, the regulator has directed Money Plus and