Demographic Analysis of the P&C Insurance Industry in Canada 2022 to 2026
The share of employees planning to leave their employer within the next five years had declined from the previous report. (33.9 per cent in 2009 to 29.0 per cent in 2017) and remains at 29.7 per cent in 2022. (see Chart 44.) In 2017 the majority of those leaving were staying within the P&C insurance industry.
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Surveys of industry employees and HR professionals provide insight into workforce recruitment and retention, and employee satisfaction. Top issues such as salaries, career development, mental health and inclusion support, and hybrid or remote work opportunities are explored through both perspectives. Download full report.
The Insurance Institute has been conducting demographic research on behalf of the industry since 2007. This Full Report of the Demographics of the P&C Insurance Industry in Canada provides a comprehensive analysis of the demographics of the industry’s workforce and retirements projections to 2027.
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A Demographic Analysis – Part II: Recruitment and Retention Issues in the P&C Insurance Industry in Canada (2009) The second report picked up on the first report’s recommendation that there was a need for industry-wide and company-specific systematic work force planning required as applied to the four cohorts – youth,
Yeah, and our demographic report doesn’t really speak to that per se, but I just know from my role here at the Institute speaking to individuals in claims, grind is exactly the word that’s being used. Burnout as well. Especially looking at the changing customer expectations that have happened over the last five years with everything being ...
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Research Reports. The Institute undertakes a variety of research projects that offer a long view of topical issues as well as immediate solutions. Demographic Research 2022-2023 is the latest in our report series created in partnership with the Conference Board of Canada. It examines questions around human capital in insurance by looking at ...
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Demographic research series. 2023. Demographic Research. 2018. A Changing Workforce: Implications of Technological Disruption... 2017. Demographics of the P&C Insurance Industry in Canada. 2012. A Demographic Analysis of the P&C Insurance Industry in Canada. 2009. A Demographic Analysis – Part II.
In keeping with industry demographic studies conducted by the Insurance Institute of Canada over the past decade, a significant proportion of brokers filling out our survey over the past five years has been 50 or older. That spurred CU to add questions to 2024’s survey about how brokers will pass their businesses on to new ownership and ...
“If you look at our recent demographic research, it was summed up quite nicely by saying a limited public understanding of industry careers makes recruitment more difficult… “[Over the past few years,] at any industry conference you go to, the calls for more new talent really have grown a lot louder — both from the insurer side and the broker community as well.