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The Career Catalyst: A Professional Development Blog

Celebrating 50 Years: Employee Reflections

Posted by The Jacobson Group on Aug 10, 2021 8:45:50 AM

As The Jacobson Group celebrates our 50th year of successfully connecting organizations with insurance talent, we're reflecting on our memories and journey to this point. Our achievements wouldn’t be possible without the incredible employees who work tirelessly toward writing our clients’ and candidates’ talent success stories. We asked our staff across all levels and tenures to share a bit about what makes them proud to work at Jacobson.

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Topics: Talent, company culture

Tips for Starting Your First Job: Insights from the Experts

Posted by The Jacobson Group on May 25, 2021 1:01:18 PM

As the school year ends, many new grads are starting their first professional positions. While internships and coursework have built a foundation for the professional world, there can be a steep learning curve for corporate culture and in-office best practices. We asked some of our recruiting leaders for their advice and tips to be prepared and put your best foot forward as you embark on your first role in insurance. Here’s what they had to say:

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Topics: Work-At-Home, company culture, Professionalism

7 Questions to Ask to Help Gauge Company Culture

Posted by Jessica LaFountain on Apr 30, 2021 5:48:17 PM

While most professionals have been working remotely for more than a year, it’s likely those aiming to make a career move are facing a fully remote interview process for the first time. In this new virtual journey, candidates must reevaluate how to make a positive, lasting impression, while also determining whether a position and company are a good culture fit. Without the ability to physically visit an office and experience its energy and employee interactions first-hand, how can prospective hires effectively gauge company culture?

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Topics: Interviews, company culture