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So You’ve Hired a Millennial; Now What?

It’s not enough to recruit and hire a Millennial. Now you’ve got to figure out how to keep a Millennial. Gone are the days where people retired from their first job, so it’s unlikely you’ll keep someone for their entire career, but it certainly makes sense to give them a reason to stay. The perks... Continue reading.

5 cool projects recent grads in the risk management industry may work on

Matt Krumrie with College Recruiter Careers in risk management and commercial insurance may sound dry to recent grads, but that couldn’t be further from the truth, says Peg Newman, Partner with Sanford Rose Associates, Newman Group, an executive search firm that has been placing professionals in the risk management and commercial insurance industry for over... Continue reading.

Cybercrime Warning: Safeguard Employee W2s

As if tax season isn’t bad enough. The IRS has issued a new warning to prompt greater awareness and suspicion of unsolicited requests for employee W2s. Unfortunately, there has been a rash of phishing incidents nationwide, with cybercriminals receiving unfettered access to employee social security numbers and other identification information found on W2s. The scam... Continue reading.

MJ Insurance Adds Two to Indianapolis Office

INDIANAPOLIS – (March 7, 2017) – MJ Insurance, one of the nation’s largest privately-held insurance agencies with more than five decades of success, is pleased to welcome two new additions to the Indianapolis office, Jordan Logan and Alex Dantin. Logan joins the MJ team as a risk management consultant, responsible for proactively driving sales and... Continue reading.

Generational Intelligence and the Aging Workforce:

By 2025, individuals who are currently 35 years old and younger will make up over 60% of the workforce in our country. The US population is in the midst of a seismic demographic shift with the massive Baby Boomer population aging and exiting the labor force in droves. Comparatively, the tiny Gen X population is... Continue reading.

Wellness Programs: A Proactive Approach To Healthy Corporate Finances

If you’re not pairing your healthcare coverage with a robust wellness program, you’re addressing only part of the issue you face regarding rising costs. Think of it this way: if there was a leak in your office roof, placing a bucket under the drip takes care of the immediate problem—but does nothing to repair the... Continue reading.

An Unwelcome Threat: Cybercrimes Reach All-Time Record

It’s not a record to celebrate—in 2016, the number of tracked U.S. data breaches hit an all-time record high of 1,093, which is a noteworthy increase of 40 percent over the near record high of 780 reported in 2015. While some of the increase may be driven by previous underreporting, it’s an alarming trend regardless.... Continue reading.

Millennials: Turning Business Ideas Into Business Success

Millennials: Turning Business Ideas Into Business Success Millennials may be better tagged as the Entrepreneur Generation. This is a generation that’s not afraid to take a shot with a startup business. Even those working at established companies tend to have the kind of nimble, think-outside-the-box approach that’s essential for entrepreneurial success. While past generations may... Continue reading.

Cyber Resilience—Does Your Company Have What it Takes to Bounce Back After an Attack?

The odds are not good. A new IBM/Ponemon Institute study claims 66 percent of organizations would not recover from a cyberattack. This ability to recover—dubbed “cyber resilience”—is defined as an organization’s ability to maintain its core purpose and integrity in the face of cyberattacks.” Why are companies ill-equipped? Study respondents admit one of the leading... Continue reading.