This e-book explores how insurance companies can empower their agents to move beyond day-to-day tasks, develop lifelong customer relationships, and ultimately become trusted advisors.
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 discusses the strengths and weaknesses of the existing insurance qualifications and industry bodies that are available in Hong Kong and how they compare to other countries.
Apprenticeships in insurance and financial services are work-based training programmes that are an excellent and cost-effective way of developing new and existing staff. This CII "Guide to getting started" provides employers with everything they need to know about apprenticeships.
From April 2017 firms in the UK will be subject to a compulsory apprenticeship levy. This briefing sets out what is known about the detail of the levy, as well as the important questions that have yet to be answered.
In the second of a four-part report based on surveys with 20 young insurance brokers, we report on their experiences of the industry so far, what they have learned and how much their views of broking have changed since joining the sector.
To understand how the broking sector could improve its appeal to prospective employees and compete with other job markets, Post surveyed 20 young people who have become brokers in the last few years. This report sheds light on what made them choose broking as a career and their experiences so far.
Professionals and companies operating in the financial services industry face ever-increasing challenges. As customers demand greater service and products, well-trained employees can provide the vital difference in creating a gold standard. Download this article to find out more.
Continuing professional development is increasingly important and qualifications and chartered status can help insurance firms shine brighter. This article focuses on the benefits of achieving chartered status, the growth of apprenticeships and whether qualifications should become compulsory.
Following completion of an independent review of the Chartered titles, a number of enhancements to the scheme are being introduced. This article reveals what's new.