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Managing for Excellence in the Gig Economy

White Paper: A Jacobson Perspective

The gig economy is undoubtedly a permanent fixture in the future of work, and organizations industry-wide are embracing this newly blended work environment. However, to maximize the benefits contract professionals can offer, organizations must adjust their approach to management and promote inclusive corporate culture to help temporary employees connect to their teams.

Embracing Talent Beyond MPL to Drive Future Success

Published in Inside Medical Liability

It is no secret that the medical professional liability (MPL) insurance market is in the midst of a difficult business climate. There is simply not enough talent within the MPL pool to keep up with the industry’s demand. Organizations must look beyond their specialty lines and
into the larger insurance talent pool to thrive in this candidate-
driven market.

Actuarial Team of the Future: Invigorating the Role of Financial Guardians

White Paper: A Jacobson Perspective

The leading actuaries of tomorrow must be well-rounded hybrid professionals equipped with a blend of technical prowess and soft skills. They will be expected to verbally present their ideas to leaders and collaborate with team members enterprise-wide. Forward-thinking leaders are already aware of this position’s value and are in search of effective strategies to assemble and retain the actuarial teams of the future

The Transformative Power of Disruption

Published in CLM Magazine

While claims professionals are uncertain about industry modernization, assuming it will lead to lower employee retention rates, studies find the opposite is true. In fact, carriers expect to double down on their innovation efforts and hiring rates. The claims function, being one of the most in-demand areas for insurers, will require increased staff sizes to respond to the industry’s expansion.

No Human Left Behind: AI's Candidacy in Insurance

White Paper: A Jacobson Perspective

Modernization projects driven by artificial intelligence (AI) are permeating all functions industry-wide. Only those organizations that effectively adapt to the new AI-infused workplace will experience continued success. Incorporating this new structure into corporate culture will also ensure no humans are left behind and help employees realize their potential in this stage of the revolution.