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The best way for brokers to add talent

December 1, 2020 by Adam Malik

Internal referrals made by successful employees are the top way brokerages are finding quality talent to add to their ranks, attendees of a recent webinar panel heard. When asked to discuss what strategies worked best to find talent, the three

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On the hunt for talent? Try looking in these places

November 25, 2020 by Adam Malik

If that restaurant server’s customer service stood out to you, maybe they’d be successful working in insurance. That’s one suggestion a brokerage leader gave at a recent convention as a way to find talent from other industries to fill needs

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When to not hire for soft skills

November 4, 2020 by Adam Malik

A common adage around the insurance industry is to hire for soft skills and teach the technical stuff later. While that’s still mostly true among brokerage leaders taking part in a recent panel, one noted that there are times when

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Selling a career in insurance? Try this approach….

September 21, 2020 by Adam Malik

When a student or recent graduate asks what they’ll be doing if they were to work in the property and casualty insurance industry, it’s important to give them a detailed sense of what any given career in the industry might

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Opinion: How COVID-19 is changing the P&C talent landscape

June 3, 2020 Michael Vecchio, Sevenstep

The coronavirus pandemic could end up having a positive effect on the property and casualty insurance industry when it comes to finding new talent. COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, has had a strong impact on the insurance industry

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Q&A: Business Continuity in the Digital Age

May 26, 2020 by David Gambrill

More than 3 million Canadians lost their jobs in March and April due to the business closures to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus. An Angus Reid poll published in March suggested that 44% of Canadian households reported lost

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The advantage of recruiting non-insurance workers as claims professionals

February 26, 2019 by Greg Meckbach

For independent adjusters, the need to replace retiring workers is becoming more urgent. “A number of our front-line adjusters are very senior, very talented and experienced,” said Paul Féron senior vice president for Ontario and Manitoba at ClaimsPro LP. “In

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Global insurance CEOs concerned about skills shortages and related pace of technological change: PwC survey

February 22, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Insurance CEOs have the biggest concerns in the financial services industry over skills shortages and the related pace of technological change, according to a new survey from PwC. The survey, titled Ahead of the curve: Confronting the big talent challenges