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How are the great resignation, the great reshuffle, return to office, and hybrid work impacting the industry?

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The Evolution of Work and Working: The Future of Talent in Financial Services

This paper offers insights specifically on this critical topic of securing talent. Intended for financial services industry leaders, hiring managers, and other key stakeholders, it focuses on three key areas: the changing talent market, ways to attract potential workers, and strategies to retain and develop their current workforce. Read it here.

Thriving as a Woman in Financial Services

Given the current environment of talent shortages and an ever-changing workplace, companies can attract, develop, and retain the best female employees in a variety of ways. View the webinar or read the brief.

Expanding Insurance Ownership Through Workforce Diversity

How can the insurance industry grow by attracting more people of color and elevating those already employed? Understand the motivations for buying, financial priorities, and opportunities to engage by viewing the webinar or reading the brief.

Expanding Insurance Ownership Through Workforce Diversity (Report)

This companion piece to the Expanding Insurance Ownership Through Workforce Diversity webinar provides a engaging at-a-glance overview of the event.

Wellness Benefits Expected to be of Growing Interest to Employees

LIMRA and EY partnered to explore how key stakeholders (employers, employees, benefit brokers, and benefit technology providers) are responding to the transformational changes impacting the workplace benefits marketplace. View the quick insight report here.

 

Female Representation in Financial Services

Women in the United States earn approximately 82 cents for every one dollar earned by men. Watch the video.