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Are rotational programs headed for the C-Suite?

Posted by Richard Jacobson on May 17, 2017 8:44:41 AM

It is my pleasure to introduce a guest blogger for this latest post. Kylee Lacson is assistant vice president of Jacobson’s life and disability subject matter experts team. Her insights into evolving actuarial rotational programs are worth a read. Enjoy...

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Topics: Managed Care, Property and Casualty, Life and Disability, Retention, Healthcare

Care Management Goes High Tech with these 5 Emerging Trends

Posted by Richard Jacobson on May 4, 2017 9:00:00 AM

This is the age of business technology. Widespread technological advancements continue to revolutionize the way organizations do business. Care management is no exception. More than ever before, new technology solutions are allowing patients and consumers to more effectively and efficiently interact and engage with their medical providers. 

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Topics: Technology, Managed Care, Healthcare

Retaining Top Talent: Engagement Strategies in a Competitive Market

Posted by Richard Jacobson on Apr 25, 2017 10:25:31 AM

What factors are critical for business success? Financial acumen? Business savvy? Public awareness? While these all provide useful contributions to an organization’s staying power, their impact is eclipsed by one thing—human capital. Employees are the most vital aspect of an organization and its future success.

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Topics: Retention

RPO Myths Debunked

Posted by Richard Jacobson on Apr 19, 2017 11:13:48 AM

The true underdog of recruiting is recruitment process outsourcing (RPO)—a powerful tool that is under-utilized and overlooked despite the industry-wide talent crisis. Some organizations ignore RPO’s robust benefits due to a fear of the unknown or a perceived loss of control. Others are unnecessarily anxious that an RPO partner could fail to fully understand their needs or would be more expensive than keeping recruiting in-house.

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Topics: Recruitment

6 Things Your Candidates May Be Thinking, But Won’t Tell You

Posted by Richard Jacobson on Mar 16, 2017 8:36:47 AM

The hiring process is a two-way interaction. Knowing and understanding how to best anticipate your candidates’ not-always-transparent thoughts can help give your organization the upper hand when securing the best talent. In order to create long-standing, genuine relationships with candidates, it is extremely important to put yourself in their shoes. Take a look at your hiring process through your candidates’ eyes. This will allow you to better address their concerns before they are brought up.

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Topics: Managed Care, Property and Casualty, Life and Disability, Healthcare, Recruitment