Chris said, “I feel that any company that takes responsibility for issues that are not their own will be there for me as a customer if anything goes wrong.” She sees that bringing her business to Whitbread is in turn helping others in the community through the work of the Whitbread Foundation.
Chorus Executive is an Australian owned company who specialise in executive talent management in the sales, marketing and communications space.
Christine explains that her purpose in business is to help people and their business to grow.
Her BIG vision for Chorus Executive is to always be top of mind whenever anyone thinks about their recruitment needs.
"We understand that our role is to ensure we add value in every interaction with our clients and our candidates." explains Christine.
Strong leaders are imperative to the success of any organisation and Christine's zest for life, business acumen and compassion for others has certainly enabled her to grow a business that sets her apart from her competitors.
Christine Khor started her own business nearly 15 years ago and recently relocated Chorus Executive to new premises in Flinders Lane, heralding an exciting new era for her successful talent management business.
3 key challenges that impact Strata Insurance, and how you can tackle them.
The role of a Strata Manager is continually increasing in complexity and responsibility. Below we address some key challenges affecting properties that can also impact the Strata Insurance - asbestos, non-compliant cladding, and property defects.
Cybercrime: are you aware of the personal fines and penalties you could receive?
As the principal of a Strata Management business, you likely spend most days ensuring the needs of your strata clients are met. But when was the last time you stopped for a second to reconsider the needs of your own business, and any emerging risk exposures that could pose a serious threat to you?
With the online insurance market becoming increasingly popular, the role of an Insurance Broker for things like your vehicle or home may appear less relevant. When it comes to Strata Insurance however, it’s a very different story.
With complex legislation and the intricate, highly involved nature of managing Strata Insurance and Strata Insurance claims, the role of an Insurance Broker is more important than ever.
From July 1, 2017, some residential Strata Insurance policies will experience significant total premium changes as a result of amendments to the Terrorism Insurance Act 2003 (Cth). The changes apply Australia wide, and relate to the introduction of a Terrorism Levy.
Unfortunately the frequency Strata Managers are faced with these issues is growing, and none are a problem that can be brushed aside. Strata Managers may either be held liable or joined in legal action if they have failed, or been alleged to have failed to disclose true information in relation...