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Insurance Career Network is a recruitment firm focused exclusively on the insurance industry.  Our relationships, knowledge and leading experience enable us to connect leading insurers, brokerage firm and independent adjusting firms with the most talented candidates for each role.

Since 1991, we have been building and nurturing relationships and with over 13,000 registered candidates, we can tap into our highly technical experience for our clients.  Our recruiters come directly from insurance related positions and bring a wealth of knowledge to each recruitment assignment.

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Recent Insurance News

Tories call for ‘made-in-Ontario’ climate change adaptation plan

Ontario’s new government is promising to address property risk with a “new climate change plan,” but one of the first things it has done is table legislation scrapping a program that charges people for carbon emissions. “We know that the

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Auto fraud getting worse, insurer says

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation (MPI) is reporting an increase in auto insurance fraud, including false claims for income replacement benefits. “Disturbingly, the corporation’s special investigation unit is seeing an increase in fraudulent activity,” the province’s public auto insurer reported Friday.

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Marijuana: A Medical Perspective

With the legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada fast approaching, it is important for employers and insurance professionals to understand the biological and physiological impacts of marijuana usage on adults in order to effectively manage this emerging risk. In this

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Insurance Institute of Ontario- At the Forefront with Lynn Oldfield

We’ve all heard that the insurance industry in Canada is on the verge of major change, but what does that mean for you? Join us on October 29 to hear a seasoned executive’s perspective on the direction of the industry.

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Insurance Institute of Ontario- Lowes Fund Breakfast

Cannabis in Canada : How did we get here and where are we going? Canada is about to do what no other G7 or even G20 country in the world has done: Legalizing cannabis for adult use recreational consumption at

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Signs of a hardening commercial market

Shopping around for the best deal for a business client may be getting more difficult as commercial lines prices start to uptick. Among commercial insurers, “it seems there is a little bit of tightening up on the risk appetite,” Raymond

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Should brokerages be open evenings or weekends?

Many brokerage offices are open for business outside of normal working hours but some question whether this is really necessary, given recent advances in web services. “It shouldn’t really matter if your technology is structured properly” whether your brokerage is

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Few B.C. wildfire claims thus far, although situation remains fluid

Although property damage as a result of the wildfires in British Columbia has been “light” so far this year, the industry must remain vigilant as this could change quickly, said Glenn McGillivray, managing director of the Institute for Catastrophic Loss

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The better way to sell insurance to Millennials

If the insurance industry wishes to sell more products to Millennials, the industry must adapt to what Millennials want, and not the other way around, according to a recent white paper from Cake & Arrow, a New York City-based agency

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New InsurTech Software Suite Helps Clients Manage Independent Contractors Seamlessly

TORONTO, ON, August 20, 2018 /insPRESS/ – Crawford Compliance Inc., a subsidiary of Crawford & Company (Canada) Inc. today announces the launch of a new contractor management solution. In line with Crawford’s mission to restore and enhance lives business and

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