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Insurance Industry Observations for June By Mike McDonough It may be hard to believe, but we’re already approaching the 4th of July! Summer is here and the job market is in full swing. This week we have over 100 new jobs on our board and are looking for qualified talent for over 600 openings…(Read More)

HNW Property Claims Consultant   Chicago, IL This well-established client is an insurance company in a growth mode. This growth and expansion has created a need for an experienced HNW Personal Lines Property Claims Specialist. Role Summary You will manage the assigned first-party claims through coverage analysis, investigation, reserving and resolution. You will…(Read More)

Effective onboarding can be the difference between success or failure for a new executive. But many organizations lack a structured onboarding process. A recent CareerBuilder report looks at the impact of this shortcoming. May 31, 2017 – Seeing less than desirable performance from your new employees or your department? It just may be your onboarding…(Read More)

February Insurance Job Market Observations Another cold blast and more snow continue to frustrate many but the insurance job market stays hot as the demand for talent has intensified. The shortage of well trained talent is costing employers opportunities to write new business or sell other services and products nationally. The inability to identify and…(Read More)

Who Is Responsible for Employee Engagement? By: Omnia Blog Employee engagement is crucial to the success of any organization. There’s no shortage of available material offering theories, tips, and tidbits on ways that companies and managers can increase employee engagement by following Steps 1, 2, and 3, or implementing Principles A, B, and C…(Read More)

Capital management is crucial going forward By: Bermuda: Re Current conditions mean that investors must weigh up the variety of reinsurance asset classes that are available to them and assess whether the influx of capital is set to intensify or slow down. This was according to a panel of chief executives speaking at the ninth…(Read More)

What Does the Workforce Care About? By: Julie Shenkman, Beyond Technology advances at a rapid pace, so it makes sense that companies need to remain flexible in order to stay competitive and attract the best job applicants. This means that in addition to job skills, general human behavior should be considered when developing a strategic…(Read More)

The Most Important Trait to Hire for . . . and How to Assess It By: Omnia The list of desirable attributes in job candidates is as long as your arm. There’s exactly how their qualifications match the requirements in the job posting. There’s education, years of experience, self-development activities, and foreign language fluency. Then…(Read More)

Good-bye Micromanager, Hello Empowered Employee     By: Deidre Forster Empowering employees is not just a snazzy phrase, new buzzword, or today’s newest trend; it can be a sound business practice that frees up management’s time to focus on the myriad business minutia that needs focus. It’s time to say good-bye to…(Read More)