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CEO Dan Epstein Talks About Industry Cross-Cultural Relationships

June 2018 / Insurance Business America

Dan Epstein was interviewed by Insurance Business America about the challenges facing the insurance industry, and the importance of cross-cultural relationships.

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Peggy Hansen Interviewed on Technology in the Industry

May 2018 / Insurance Business America

Peggy Hansen, Regional Executive – Business Development, was interviewed by Insurance Business America about how critical it is to adapt to new technology.

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DFW Capital Partners Invests in ReSource Pro

April 2018 / PR Newswire

New Jersey firm takes majority stake in leading insurance industry solutions provider.

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Dan Epstein Named to Insurance Business America Hot 100 List

January 2018 / Insurance Business America

CEO, Dan Epstein, was included in Insurance Business America’s Hot 100 List of 2018.

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Move Over Millennials: Here Comes Gen Z

January 5, 2018 / PropertyCasualty360°

Dr. Kirk Fleming, AVP of Global Talent Development, wrote a feature on Gen Z and how this group of 72.8M will influence the insurance industry in the coming years.

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ReSource Pro to Help ‘Bring Sexy Back’ to the Insurance Industry

November 20, 2017 / Insurance Business America

Peggy Hansen, Regional Executive, Business Development spoke to Insurance Business America about embracing technology and making the industry more appealing to Millennials.

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ReSource Pro Makes Inc. 5000 List for Ninth Year in a Row

August 21, 2017 / Inc.

ReSource Pro ranked on the 2017 Inc. 5000 list for the ninth year in a row.

As ReSource Pro continues to grow, so does the list of awards and accolades, which could not be achieved without the amazing team of employees who provide outstanding performances year after year.

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Insurance Business America Awards Violet Xu, Elite Woman in Insurance 2017

Jun 27, 2017 / Insurance Business America

Insurance Business America Magazine has published the 2017 recipients of the Elite Women in Insurance award.

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Insurance Is a Fun Career! Just Consider the Zombies and Bacon

Jun 23, 2017 / The Wall Street Journal

Insurers use extreme measures to lure new hires, from ghoulish videos to free beer.

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Forget Millennials – Think Talent Innovation

Mar 27, 2017 / Carrier Management

By 2018, we can expect 25 percent of the current insurance workforce to retire, creating 400,000 open positions for which there are no ready replacements.

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ia Magazine: Agency Profile Stratton Agency

Feb 1, 2017 / ia Magazine

Securing year over year growth, what’s their secret? Read how they’re giving producers more time to do what counts.

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Is the Pursuit of New Revenue Killing Your Potential?

Jan 5, 2017 / Property Casualty 360

Whether or not the pursuit of new revenue is killing your potential for profitable growth is, in some form or another, a question that business leaders are (or should be) asking on an ongoing basis.

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4 Ways the Insurance Industry Can Win the War on Talent

Jan 4, 2017 / Property Casualty 360

Around the turn of the century, the insurance industry entered the war on talent. As boomers began aging out of the workforce, succession planning took on a pronounced urgency. Insurance leaders feared they would be replaced by na?ve, social media obsessed young professionals unprepared for the realities of the workplace.

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A Global Conversation About Data

Nov 2, 2016 / Best’s Review

Analytics are critical for insurance, not just from an actuarial standpoint, to understand how to price, but more interestingly how you look at your operations, how you make decisions and how you understand what’s happening within your business on day to day basis

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This is How the Millennials are Using Their Value System to Improve Life Productivity

Nov 11, 2016 / Huffington Post

To the baby boomer generation, pension plans, a straight career path, and a corner office were more important. The baby boomers believe in committing a substantial duration of their careers to a particular organization. This is not the same value system or driving force of the millennials. The millennials want meaning in their work and are more attracted to entrepreneurial endeavors. Among many other things they value experience other than ownership. And at work, they want ongoing conversation and feedback rather than annual review.

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