The Jacobson Group and Ward Group, an Aon Hewitt company, are conducting the 2015 midyear iteration of the Semi-Annual U.S. Insurance Labor Outlook Study.
“As demand continues to far surpass the supply of industry professionals, the insurance recruiting climate is becoming more and more challenging. As a result, insurance organizations must rethink their current talent strategies and practices,” says Gregory P. Jacobson, co-chief executive officer of Jacobson. “The results of this survey will help them better manage their staffing and recruiting strategies.”
The survey began on July 8 and is set to close on July 24, 2015
In the previous semi-annual report released earlier this year, Jacobson and Ward reported that optimistic expectations about market-share growth were fueling strong hiring trends in the property/casualty insurance sector in particular, with more than 60 percent boosting staff counts in 2014 and nearly three-quarters of commercial P/C insurers expecting to increase staff in 2015.
Organizations across all sectors of the insurance industry are invited to complete the confidential survey, Jacobon and Ward announced. All participants will receive a complimentary report detailing the survey results. To complete the survey, follow this link: http://16.selectsurvey.net/McLagan/TakeSurvey.aspx?SurveyID=l8KL697.
The results of the survey will be revealed and analyzed in a complimentary webinar on Aug. 11, 2015. All members of the insurance community are welcome to attend. To register for the webinar, follow this link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8755446643908186369.
The Jacobson/Ward survey has provided insurers with information on labor trends since 2009.
About The Jacobson Group
The Jacobson Group is a leading global provider of insurance talent. For more than 40 years, we have been connecting insurance organizations with professionals from the boardroom to the back room on both a permanent and temporary basis.
About Ward Group
Ward Group is a provider of benchmarking and best practices studies for insurance companies. The firm analyzes staff levels, compensation, business practices and expenses for all areas of insurance company operations to help companies measure results, optimize performance and improve profitability.
Source: The Jacobson Group; Ward Group