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Review what 2023 might have in store for the property & casualty insurance space with a suite of articles detailing expert opinions on topics ranging from insurance claims and insurtech to line-specific outlooks.

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We’ve seen just how adaptable and resilient Americans are when facing obstacles in the workforce thanks to the pandemic, which drastically changed traditional workplace culture. Now that society has shifted yet again, moving back towards pre-pandemic norms, there are a new set of obstacles to overcome. It is extremely important for both organizations and employees to look ahead at what to expect in the new year, to strategically plan how to approach these challenges and create a successful working environment. With that in mind, Talent.com has identified five themes that we expect will significantly impact the employment sector in the upcoming year.

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