Best in class human capital strategies are not just about the level of pay. Our human capital market practice studies provide additional perspective to design winning talent and rewards strategies.
Annuity Wholesaler Pay Practices
This study provides competitive market information on current trends impacting the annuity intermediary sales function and how firms plan to address structural shifts in the annuity industry and includes:
- Information on organizational design and staffing levels and ratios.
- Short- and long-term incentive plan design trends for regional sales managers, external wholesalers, captive wholesalers, internal sales, and key account managers.
Board of Directors Compensation
Board of Director Compensation Practices Study for property & casualty insurance companies provides insight into levels of compensation paid to non-executive directors, as well as board structure among other carriers. Other highlights and insights include, annual board retainers, committee meeting/member fees, and aggregate board spend. There is no fee to participate.
The Diversity Study focuses on workforce diversity within the insurance industry. This survey is designed to provide insurance industry specific data on gender, race, and ethnicity across various functions of insurance organizations, including insurers, reinsurers, and brokers. The survey is conducted in partnership with The Jacobson Group. There is no cost to participate and results are complimentary.
Executive Pay Practices
In partnership with the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC) and The Jacobson Group, we conduct the Executive Pay Practices Study. This in-depth study covers base compensation, incentive compensation, retirement benefits, and perquisites for executives at property-casualty insurance companies.
HR Practices and Employee Benefits
The war for talent in the property-casualty insurance industry continues to apply pressure on carriers to transform their operations and to develop their human capital strategy around an aging workforce. Given these challenges, human resources departments have been tasked with providing benefit options designed to attract and retain the best talent while managing to control costs. In partnership with the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI), we conduct the HR Practices and Employee Benefits Study to better understand current challenges and practices among HR departments at property-casualty insurance carriers in the United States.
Labor Market Outlook
The Labor Market Outlook Study is a semi-annual survey investigating hiring trends within the insurance industry we conduct in partnership with The Jacobson Group. Study highlights include:
- Analysis of current labor trends and future staffing expectations.
- Segmentation of companies by industry, size and outlook to determine factors affecting staffing expectations.
- Independent perspective on market trends and considerations for strategy and staffing plans.
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