Smiling business partners taking notes in a meeting in the office The workers’ comp industry has an exciting future — as long as it can attract good talent. (Photo: Fotolia)

The workplace is clearly evolving. In fact, many people have no actual “place” from which to work. Some do their jobs remotely, while others work from locations such as their cars if they are part of the gig economy.

Although we often think about technology and automation as driving influences for the future of work, people are also a critical part of the equation. The workers’ compensation industry will be an exciting place to be going forward, as long as we can meet the challenges of attracting and retaining top talent and responding to evolving work cultures.

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