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Controlling the process in order to drive results.

At JGS we focus on controlling the process in order to drive results. The alternative is an outdated method of conducting business. Copying policies, obtaining quotes and praying for a good result is an inefficient way of controlling costs and risk.

We tackle the issue head-on with our 3-step process.

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Stop the bleeding
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Install Controls
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Create Carrier Competition

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Personalized Contract Review

Situation Wholesale florist with plant maintenance contracts for over 100 commercial buildings. This client also...

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Commitment to Safety

Situation A fast growing sign company specializing in high quality custom fabrication and professional sign...

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Solutions for High Risk Situations

Situation A New Jersey based design/build manufacturer of high risk products designed specifically according to...

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Penalty Crisis Averted

Situation A manufacturing company in New Jersey with 200 employees had a long standing relationship...

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09.10.2019

Set the Rules of the Game So You Can Win

By Ryan Fleming, Director – Habitational Group When it comes to playing any sport or game, there are rules. Often it’s those who know the rules best who come out on top. A clear understanding...

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09.04.2019

Why Proactive Safety Programs Are Better Than Reactive Ones

By Conor Moran, Assistance Vice President – Commercial Lines  You run a small construction company. One of your employees is climbing up a ladder with one hand while holding some power tools with another and,...

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08.28.2019

You’re Either First, Best or Irrelevant

By Ryan Fleming, Director – Habitational Group  Timing is everything. I catch myself constantly saying “Early is on time, on time is late and late is unacceptable.” With most things, being early is ideal, yet...

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