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.
In this article, Sam Barrett focuses on how consolidation can provide an elegant solution for brokers wanting a smooth transition when they sell their businesses.
For anyone investigating the options of buying another business or conducting a management buyout, funding is an important consideration. This article highlights how the source of funding for an acquisition or buyout will dictate what shape any prospective deal can take.
Insurance Age in association with Aviva is pleased to bring out a series of articles for brokers dedicated to the topic of succession planning. This article highlights why getting the right advice is invaluable for brokers looking to sell their business to ensure they get the best value.
Insurance Age is pleased to launch a series of articles dedicated to the topic of succession planning in association with Aviva. This article focuses on people business and why keeping clients and staff informed is an important part of any succession plan.
In the final edition of our week long look at succession planning Phil Bayles, chief distribution officer, intermediaries at Aviva highlights how buying activity is moving down the size layers and the opportunities for buyers in the regional market.