Work environments have shifted dramatically in the past six months and human resources leaders are tasked with evaluating new team compositions, productivity measures, hiring techniques and more. As insurers work to understand the short- and long-term impacts of the pandemic on their teams, people analytics can play an important role in making informed talent decisions.
Topics: Analytics, Retention, Recruitment, Talent, Culture, Onboarding
As the business world adapts and flexes its collective muscle in the Age of COVID-19, there’s an increased focus on risk, data and communication. Chief risk officers and risk managers are emerging as in-demand and essential positions, and risk expertise is actively sought in the boardroom. Functions within the realm of risk management, such as data analytics, enterprise risk management and actuarial are also moving up many organizations’ “must have” priority lists.
Topics: Analytics, Insurance, Professional Development, Talent
The insurance industry stands amid a rapidly evolving talent market. Insurers are now face-to-face with the rise of innovation, emphasis on corporate culture, push for inclusivity and growing temporary workforce. Is your organization prepared?
Topics: Technology, Analytics, Labor Market, Retention, Recruitment, Insurance Recruitment and Selection, Automation, Diversity, Inclusion, Salary
Now more than ever, we are living in a talent-led economy. Increasingly low unemployment rates, rising retirements and a tightening labor pool have created a candidate’s market. Building a positive candidate and employee experience amid this evolving economy is becoming increasingly critical. Only those organizations that focus on building effective interactions will be able to successfully attract and engage the best and brightest professionals.
Topics: Technology, Analytics, Retention, Recruitment
For years, the insurance industry has stood as a virtual island amid a sea of growing technological changes. While innovations and advancements transformed industries from banking, commerce, travel and more, insurers maintained business as usual.
But the industry can no longer silo itself against transformation. In fact, more than 80 percent of CEOs identify technological advancements as the top trend expected to transform the industry in the coming years. Today’s organizations are increasingly embracing the opportunities brought by technological advancements—driven by rising innovations, emerging disrupters and evolving business needs.
Topics: Technology, Analytics, Managed Care, Property and Casualty, Life and Disability, Healthcare