Tag: Bureau of Labor Statistics
Making Their Mark: 5 Women Who Shaped Insurance
“Every woman’s success should be an inspiration to another. We’re strongest when we cheer each other on.” -Serena Williams March is Women’s History Month. Designated by Congress in 1987 as a month to recognize the
6 Strategies to Attract New Insurance Talent
You can’t fill all the seats in a growing organization from a shrinking pool of professionals – so what is the industry to do? The insurance industry is facing a significant problem: experienced insurance talent
Are you catching boomerangs?
So, your high performer just resigned. You’re feeling frustrated and let down. That doesn’t make you a bad leader. It makes you human. In fact, if you’re taking it personally, it’s most likely because you
Insurance unemployment rates cool slightly but remain at historic high
Economists predict that competition for workers will fuel a long cycle of inflation and higher pay rates. Unemployment rates and the wage-and-inflation arms race are only part of the story. While jobs rebounded following the
Are bad assumptions crushing your recruiting results?
THE RESULTS ARE IN & MOST INSURANCE LEADERS ARE RECRUITING ALL WRONG. BAD ASSUMPTIONS ARE CRUSHING YOUR RECRUITING RESULTS. We reached out to leading insurance employers with this question – “How do you plan
Battling for insurance workers in a .9% unemployment world
A HIRING MANAGER’S BIGGEST MISTAKE? MISREADING THE TALENT SHORTAGE LIFECYCLE. In October, the BLS dropped a heart-stopping .9% unemployment rate for the insurance industry. This hit us right where it hurts. There’s not enough