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|Sedgwick Snags Supervisors From Without As Well As Within|
By Pauline Grant - December 30, 2005
A couple of work comp claims examiners have been promoted to supervisors at Sedgwick CMS in Orange, California.
Anita Arora has been a senior examiner for the past couple of years in the Costco Unit, and now she has been promoted to Supervisor for that unit. Also, Alfredo Jimenez is now a Supervisor in the Costco Unit, as well. Alfredo was promoted up from examiner out of Sedgwick's Home Depot Unit.
Sedgwick just obtained another supervisor for their Long Beach office but it did not arise out of any promotion from within. A long term supervisor from Broadspire in Calabasas, Steve Hirai, made a move and is now a Supervisor at Sedgwick in Long Beach on the Kroger account.
Angela Lasagna is now a work comp examiner at Keenan & Associates in Torrance, California. Angela was working at Highlands Insurance Company in Orange County at the turn of this millenium (and as many of you remember, that office closed), and then she worked for a short while in 2001 at JT2. She went on to do a few temp assignments, worked from 2003 to 2004 at Speciality Risk Services in Brea, and then started in October at Keenan in Torrance.
Suzanne Duskey is now an examiner at Broadspire in Anaheim. All I know about Suzanne is that she used to be an examiner with Ralph's in Compton, back before Ralph's was an account of Sedgwick's, back in the late 1990s.
Well, it's not the late 90s any more. Eeekkk! It's now almost 2006! HAPPY NEW YEAR! Pop the champagne cork. Let's get ready for next year.