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Digital tools from AI to online training systems are helping prepare the next generation of claims talent.
As the insurance industry faces a considerable talent shortage, finding ways to optimize the process of knowledge transfer has never been more crucial.
Considerations to counteract the cybersecurity talent shortage in workers’ comp organizations.
As claims administrators struggle with a lack of talent, technology solutions can help reduce workloads and free up claims staff for higher value tasks.
We spoke with Brown & Brown’s managing director of cyber risk solutions about what lies ahead in cyber insurance and what makes this such an interesting market to work in.
Cybersecurity is facing a dearth of qualified professionals… And so is insurance. What’s cyber insurance to do?
A recent webinar examines how inflation could wind up affecting the workers’ comp industry.
Instilling a successful culture of inclusive hiring from day one requires a review of one’s DE&I practices.
From more flexible work arrangements to diversity and inclusion, here’s what the next generation of insurance talent is looking for.
With more individuals leaving the industry than entering, brokerages are turning toward their intern programs to bolster recruitment as well as hone talent.
A National Comp session explores how elevating the mission of workers’ comp can help the industry attract talent.
A compilation of the latest announcements, partnerships and products that are likely to have an impact on the insurance industry today.
If workers’ comp doesn’t make changes, young people may not want to join the industry.
Each year, Gallagher welcomes hundreds of interns into its offices. Could this pipeline of young professionals be the solution to the industry’s current talent crisis?
As technology evolves, risk managers will need to be more agile than ever before as they develop creative risk solutions for the future.
With the ever-evolving risk landscape, risk professionals have to stay on top of today’s biggest drivers of change to combat tomorrow’s business roadblocks.
As the industry prepares for the looming talent shortage, it should look to recruitment programs that target younger, more diverse candidates in order to better reflect America’s changing demographics.
As the talent crisis looms, it’s important for workers’ comp professionals to prioritize recruiting the next generation.
The talent gap isn’t going away anytime soon. Here’s what insurance and risk management can do to address it.
It’s time to start a real dialogue about the talent shortage in workers’ comp, and about investing in efforts to cultivate tomorrow’s workers’ comp leaders.