From Boomers to Millennials: Work-life balance, helping their community and a tech-enabled work environment are must-haves for insurance professionals.
Author Leah Bowling says companies need to change tactics in order to appeal to younger generations and survive the industry’s ongoing talent crisis.
Arguably the most critical need facing companies today: people who can fix things. Here’s how to be one of them.
New survey finds there are identifiable areas where insurance carriers, insurance marketing organizations, brokerage general agencies, and other insurance wholesalers can improve their services to the independent agents.
February’s awareness campaign is an industry-wide initiative to highlight the wide variety of career paths in risk management and insurance, as well as support efforts to recruit the next generation of insurance professionals.
Insurance Information Institute creates content to promote insurance as an ideal career destination for students and young professionals.
Insurance companies are having a difficult time finding talent to keep up with new openings and replace retirees and short-term millennial workers, signaling a need to update recruiting strategies, according to new survey.
The winds of change are blowing in the right direction in the insurance and financial services industry. In what has historically been a male-dominated...
BOTHELL, Wash. – A new survey of nearly 4,000 young insurance professionals debunks the myth that insurance is “boring,” with over 90% of millennials...
For hiring managers, different options exist for compensating producers and customer service representatives. After all, compensation can consist of way more than a salary;...
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