Our new member services coordinator, Jessica Schuler, majored in tourism development management at ASU. This got us wondering: Is she trained to manage tourism development? To develop tourism management? To tour management developments?
Are Ashton Tiffany’s workplace practices commendable? They have been commended by people who don’t take the commendation of workplace practices lightly. Are our employees engaged and satisfied? They make Danish veterinarians look like Afghan roofers.
We made five new hires in June and July. Let’s not waste any time getting you acquainted.
Intelligence operative. Sommelier. Paranormal investigator. Movie critic. Theme park designer. Treasure hunter. Risk management professional.
Yes, that last thing IS like the others. You don’t have to take our word for it. This is from a recent University of Southern California news item:
So you want a job that’s fast-paced and interesting, with duties and challenges that change with the day. You want a job with great mentors and plenty of potential for career growth. Of course you want decent pay. Most of all, you want to feel like what you do is useful, maybe even world-changing.
You’re probably not thinking about insurance or risk management. But you should be.
Auditors. You know their reputation. By-the-book. Fastidious. Humorless. The kind of people who eat cottage cheese on their cheat day.
Health care. It’s complicated. Béarnaise sauce complicated. London city grid complicated. Joey on “Dawson’s Creek” complicated.
Do you ever find yourself staring down at a bowl of raw, fresh, expertly prepared spinach or kale and saying, “This ends today. Here. Now. I’m not a manatee.”
Ashton Tiffany has been on a bit of a hiring jag lately: We’ve got four new hires to tell you about.
Until recently, we never had occasion to consider whether there might be more than one Knoxville. There’s the one in Tennessee, of course…and really, do you need more than that? We wouldn’t have thought so.
Mike Tiffany and John Ashton launched this company as mere boys. In those early days, Ashton Tiffany was the risk management equivalent of a neighborhood lemonade stand. If you came to the AT offices—that is, if you approached John and Mike’s folding table at the end of the cul-de-sac—the risks they could help you with were simple, prosaic even: skinned knees, cooties, unequal Hot Wheels trades, etc.