This list is a good starting point to help you start conversations, brainstorm ideas, and find ways to adapt your hiring and recruiting.
It’s a little bit of mass marketing and a little more like putting up a billboard on the interstate. Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn’t. It depends on who you’re trying to attract.
One thing 2021 has shown insurance agencies is that competing for top Account Executive & Account Manager talent boils down to money.
If your company is uncertain about where or how to begin an executive hire, here are ten questions that will help you formulate a recruiting plan.
An engaged process will help you find the right candidates as quickly as possible.
More insurance organizations than not have trouble applying DE&I strategies on a daily basis. Because my expertise is in recruiting, I see an opportunity for insurance organizations to do a better job practicing these principles in the hiring process.
Selling a college graduate on an insurance career is a totally different pitch than recruiting an experienced industry professional
I think the convergence of two trends — the mass retirement exodus and COVID-19 pandemic layoffs — offer an opportunity to tap into a new type of talent pool.
Small markets pose a unique challenge for agencies looking to grow. You have more options than just the “born and bred” hometown producer, including newbies, out-of-industry converts, and returning home stories.
Just like selling a home, getting your agency’s house “market ready” is equally as necessary to ensure a successful hire.