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The Jacobson Journal: An Insurance Talent Blog

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Insurance Labor Study Results: Employment Outlook Remains Strong

Posted by The Jacobson Group on Feb 23, 2021 9:53:34 AM

While the past year has brought on challenges for all industries, insurance has remained relatively stable. Our recent Q1 2021 Insurance Labor Market Study, conducted in partnership with Aon plc, uncovered a hiring environment not drastically different from January 2020.

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Open Enrollment: Lessons Learned for Success

Posted by The Jacobson Group on Feb 19, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Although next year’s open enrollment and annual enrollment periods are still several months away and 2021’s OEP has been extended, it’s not too early to plan. As you determine your staffing strategy for OEP/AEP, there are several considerations to keep in mind. We reached out to a few health plans to hear firsthand how they’ll be approaching enrollment and the tips they’ve uncovered for success.

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February 2021: Labor Market Pulse

Posted by The Jacobson Group on Feb 10, 2021 8:00:00 AM

The insurance industry saw unemployment decline in January, starting the new year with a 2.2% unemployment rate. This is lower than 2020’s overall average unemployment rate of 3% and even January 2020’s 2.9% unemployment rate.

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Topics: Labor Market, PULSE

Emotionally Intelligent Leadership

Posted by The Jacobson Group on Jan 29, 2021 8:39:00 AM

In today’s complex and often tumultuous environment, high emotional intelligence is one of the hallmarks of a great leader. By being emotionally aware, leaders can better engage their teams, communicate more effectively, enhance performance and increase retention.

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Leadership Reflections for Moving Forward in 2021

Posted by The Jacobson Group on Jan 25, 2021 2:18:19 PM

It’s the start of a new year and most individuals have started taking steps toward achieving their professional goals and resolutions. Last year was one like no other; goals and priorities shifted, managers led newly remote teams and external stressors weighed heavily on professionals of all levels. However, the events of 2020 also provided several lessons that will prove valuable as we enter 2021.

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Topics: Professional Development, Talent, leadership