MAIA & Big “I” Tools Will Help You Find Top Talent

    Posted by MAIA on April 9, 2019

    “Finding and keeping qualified staff is the top challenge for many independent agencies, and we’ve pulled together a powerful arsenal of tools and technology to help our members fight this battle on all fronts,” says Nick Fyntrilakis, MAIA's President and CEO. Big “I” Hires is a comprehensive, one-stop resource that provides a full set of tools for agencies to identify, recruit, hire, and assess top-performing producers and CSRs. “Big ‘I’ Hires, combined with MAIA's suite of staff development resources, gives our members a number of ways to find and keep great people for their agencies,” said Fyntrilakis.

    Agents around the country have been using Big “I” Hires with great success. Here’s what a North Carolina agent had to say: 

    “Just a quick word about Big ‘I’ Hires.... I started using it one week ago to fill an entry-level position. We have had 350+ people apply. The assessments it does are invaluable and have greatly reduced time the HR Consultant has to spend sorting. I told her exactly which profile I know I need for this position. It is an excellent tool and platform. I did the bottom level pricing. Serious bargain!"  — Michelle O'Connor, ISU O'Connor Insurance Associates, Inc.

    Other valuable resources and partnerships to help MAIA members meet your short- and long-term  hiring needs, include: 

    • A FREE Agency Internship Guide from InVEST
    • Candidate Personality Assessments with Caliper
    • Background Checks with IntelliCorp
    • Viewing & Posting Jobs & Resumes at Career HQ
    • New Hire Training from New Level Partners, MERG & MAIA
    • Experienced Remote Staffing Through WAHVE
    • Customized Tutoring & Mentoring Through MAIA

    CLICK HERE to learn about all of these Staff Development Resources!

    Topics: The Massachusetts Agent, Association News

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