While 64% of life insurance producers say they are “very likely” to stay with their current company, almost 20% would consider switching firms if the company culture, style and support more closely matched their own, according to a new study entitled “It’s All About Me,” published by LIMRA, a worldwide research, consulting and professional development organization.

“Just like any other relationship, the relationship between a company and a producer must be tended to and both parties must feel like it’s the right fit for them,” said Polly Painter Eggers, senior researcher, LIMRA Distribution Research. “We wanted to know whether there was a predominant issue that drove producers to switch companies or to remain loyal; what we found was there were a number of subtle indicators—weak signals—that influence producers.”

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