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Engaging Seasoned Industry Talent

White Paper: A Jacobson Perspective

In today’s market, many organizations are so focused on attracting and growing millennials and Generation Z, they forget to harness their older employees' wide knowledge base and skill sets. By embracing the diverse workforce, they can be best positioned to benefit from the unique skill sets and talents all employees have to offer.

Key Takeaways: Themes and Actions for our D&I Journey

Infographic: A Jacobson Perspective

As insurance companies continue to make diversity and inclusion (D&I) a priority, it has become necessary for them to weave it into their every aspect of corporate culture. By incorporating holistic D&I practices, businesses can make a lasting and positive difference.

Reimagining Corporate Culture to Engage Employees

Published in Insurance Journal

Company culture should be much more than surface-level perks. Businesses now offer employees gym memberships, fully-stocked fridges and dry-cleaning services among other benefits. However, a thriving company culture, distinguished by transparent leadership and staff involvement, can be much more impactful for employees.

Looking Outside MPL in the Competitive Labor Market

This article was originally published in the Fourth Quarter 2019 issue of Inside Medical Liability magazine, MPL Association.  Copyright 2019.  Posted with permission of the MPL Association.

In the current employment climate, defining transferable skills and translating those skills to medical professional liability is key to maintaining a strong and viable talent pool. By doing so, companies will be able to drive future organizational success.

A Board's Guide to Executive Compensation

White Paper: A Jacobson Perspective

It is important to recruit and retain executive talent through attractive compensation. By re-imagining compensation programs to ensure they align with companies' overall goals and values, boards can set the stage to build a strong executive team.