Talent retention and the skills gap have long remained a challenge in the insurance industry. In this video, an expert panel discuss how the insurance industry can become more appealing to talented millennials and the skills which are required for the modern workforce.
Helping 'Generation Y' employees adjust to a new work/life balance and managing a new insurance workforce
In this video, an expert panel discuss how insurers can meet the needs of ‘Generation Y’ employees and reap the benefits of an engaged, healthy and motivated workforce.
Are insurance companies able to quickly react to the modern world of underwriting? This guide sheds light on why traditional underwriting processing is not meeting the needs of the insured, how underwriting is changing as a discipline and how new technology is driving this evolution.
Now, more than ever, diversity is a recurring theme in our conversations with insurance leaders. This content focuses on why insurance companies first need to redefine diversity before they can meaningfully embed it into their cultures and reap the true benefits.
For the insurance industry the speed of change is arguably greatest within the claims function. This blog sheds light on what the claims department of the future will look like, how existing roles are changing, and the skills challenges and opportunities within the insurance industry.
Based on input from 250 brokers, Ecclesiastical’s research found that while brokers are keen to hire young talent, most are struggling to recruit those aged 30 and under. This report looks at why young people should enter the market and what can be done to attract the next generation of talent.
By 2020, millennials will make up more than one-third of the global workforce. This whitepaper sheds light on how law firms can compete for the next generation of talent and how they can attract, motivate and retain this generation of workers.
Are you sick of hearing and reading about millennials yet? In this short blog, Insurance Post’s Jonathan Swift sheds light on his interactions with millennials working in insurance and their perceptions of the industry.
In January, Rob Townend stepped up from UK claims director of Aviva to become managing director of UK general insurance and, in doing so, wrote the latest chapter in what has been a notable turnaround in terms of equality for claims folk. Download Jonathan Swift’s blog to find out more.
It’s estimated that 50% of the current insurance workforce will be retired by 2030, with the industry facing fierce competition from other sectors to recruit new talent. This article focuses on how the industry can change the face of insurance to attract the next generation of talent.