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.
Accompanying part three of Post's state of the broker nation research sponsored by LV=, this infographic sheds light on brokers' views on professionalism, entry routes into the industry, attracting new talent and diversity.
Produced by POST Webinars in association with the CII, this webinar focuses on how the insurance industry is perceived in Hong Kong and what can be done to attract talented professionals to enter the profession.
In the third part of Post’s research sponsored by LV=, brokers share their views on career progression, diversity and succession planning within the industry. Brokers also discuss the value of apprenticeships and achieving chartered status.
The second part of the research asks what diversity means to Lloyd’s and the London Market and how can it attract young talent and people from outside the profession into insurance.
One of the big challenges the insurance industry faces is adapting to the increasing use of technology. Post recently gathered a group of Chartered Insurance Institute young generation members and asked them to present their ideas of what the customer focused insurer of the future might look like.
In the second part of the research, young employees tell Michèle Bacchus about their lives in the insurance industry and what motivates them.
For Post’s first research project of 2016, Michèle Bacchus asks 52 young insurer employees why they joined the sector, where they think the industry is heading and whether they want to be a part of its future.
The insurance industry is showing signs of improvement when it comes to gender equality, but it still has a lot of work to do. Download Post's article to find out more.
Hiring a new CEO can be a problem for an insurance company, with standards of demonstrated experience continually rising and the regulator wielding its influence over appointments. So, how do they pick the right person for the job and what are the top five insurance CEO must-haves?