We are pleased to present to you Digital Risk’s October Leadership Development Academy graduates! Spanning from all parts of the company, these leaders came together to share their leadership experiences and learn from Digital Risk’s master trainers. The October graduating classes, which included D-Riskers hailing from Instructional Design, Quality Control, Processing, Accounting, Appraisal and more, […]
Do you work with a person who always seems to be helping others? Can you pinpoint that one colleague who everyone knows as the go-to teammate? Do you find yourself often going to the same person over and over for help with a group project? Now, have you ever thought about why this individual is […]
On a typical day at work, sitting at her desk in the Digital Risk Maitland office, Amy Hix answered a phone call and received the news that no woman ever wants to hear. It was her doctor on the line informing her that she had a precancerous condition and a benign tumor in her breasts. […]
We are proud to introduce Digital Risk’s new Boca Raton office softball team, “Digital Risk”! Having completed just two games, the team is off to a great start, with a close lost (21-17) at its first game and a strong win (16-7) at its second game! Last week’s victory was a strong showing for team […]
On Friday, Digital Risk officially commenced its second round of the P4 Mentor Program! Meeting at the Lake Mary office and virtually, 16 D-Risker Mentors and Mentees met to begin their six month journey of professional and personal development. The P4 (Preparing Protégés through Professional Partnerships) Mentor Program is a companywide initiative created to help […]
Four and a half years ago, Sharon Weems joined Digital Risk thinking she would begin her career journey as a forensic underwriter. However, four years, five months and two weeks ago, Sharon made the only departmental transition she’s ever experienced during her tenure with the company, joining a brand new team, known then as Client Solutions.
D-Riskers at our Boca Raton office rose to the occasion last month by hosting an office “Sweet ‘n Greet” to welcome their 40+ new team members. With the goal of connecting new team members and veteran team members, the Boca office Social Committee decided to host an office-wide welcoming event complete with ice-breakers, games, a […]
By Jacob Hoffman Hello again! As promised, now that my internship is ending, I am ready to share my final blog post! Looking back on the Digital Risk Legal Internship, I can’t help but think back to my first day when my mom texted me inquiring how it was going. I replied in one word: […]
Congrats Digital Risk Boca Raton and Lake Mary D-Riskers on your office anniversaries! Last week, our Boca office celebrated their two year anniversary with a Spirit Week. Last Friday, our Lake Mary office celebrated their one year anniversary with an ice cream social. Here’s a rundown of why we’re so festive: Boca Raton Celebration Digital […]
By Component Servicing Analyst Mary Muratore Working at a remote office for a large company can sometimes present unique challenges. Company culture may not entirely translate between offices. Team members across offices communicate via phone or email rather than in-person. Supervisors guide and manage direct reports without ever grabbing a morning coffee together. Yet, each […]
As students across America graduated from primary, secondary and collegiate schools throughout May, Digital Risk had our own celebration for our Leadership Development Academy graduates! Program graduates from our Jacksonville and Maitland offices received their certificates of completion last month. As you may recall from our previous Blog posts about the Leadership Development Academy, the […]
A person’s first job is usually accompanied by a new apartment, the freedom of living alone and maybe a new car. However, most recent graduates don’t realize that the complete package also includes paying your own rent, making car payments and being kicked off of your parents’ insurance plan. Besides getting a job, there are two very important items you need to have on your checklist to be able to afford this freedom: 1) continue to learn and grow and 2) make the journey fun.
Graduating from college surely meant jobs would be easy to find, right? Well, as for my experience, finding a job was very frustrating because of a lack of certain technical skills, such as database (SQL) and advanced Excel (VBA). These were critical skills in the finance, business and technology fields.
Let’s Catch Up with Digital Risk’s Leadership Development Academy Graduates Since January 2014, Digital Risk has celebrated the graduations of 47 Leadership Development Academy participants from our Lake Mary and Maitland offices! This is not only a tremendous accomplishment for our graduates, program creator and Manager of Leadership Development Dean Budney, and the company as […]