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Insurance Industry’s Talent Hunt. It’s Time to Turn Up the Volume: Viewpoint

The insurance industry needs help — lots of it. By 2020, it’s predicted that we’ll have 400,000 open positions. Of course, we’ve been talking about the talent shortage for years; it’s not new news. But we’ve primarily limited our worried …

Trying to Fit In at Work, Veterans Downplay Military Service, Injuries

Almost a third of U.S. veterans in civilian jobs hide their war injuries from employers and many downplay their military service to get along with co-workers, according to a new study by the Center for Talent Innovation. Minority veterans are …

Talent War Continues: XL Hires AIG’s Miller to Oversee Global P/C Claims

XL Group Plc, the insurer led by Chief Executive Officer Mike McGavick, hired David Miller as senior vice president and head of claims for international property/casualty coverage. Miller joins from American International Group Inc. and will work in London, reporting …

P/C Insurance Industry Enlisting Veterans in Talent War

The property/casualty insurance industry is calling on the military for help in the talent war. Through special units, concerted outreach, mentoring programs, job fairs and partnerships with veterans organizations, insurance companies and brokers are letting it be known that the …