What do you do at Accept Insurance?
Our main product is income insurance that provides extra money in case of unemployment. We strive to have the most efficient organization possible to keep costs down, while we are committed to being accessible to our customers and have a short turnaround time.
What is the job market like for your customers?
Right now the labour market looks quite bright for those in employment. Long-term unemployment accounts for a large share of the unemployment. That means that if one loses his or her job, it can unfortunately take a long time to get a new one. Many of our customers are well educated and attractive in the labour market, but some are unaccustomed to methods of finding a job today.
Why did you choose to work with Auranest?
Accept is an online based insurance company that handles both sales and communications digitally. We wanted to give our customers the ability to facilitate the search for work, therefore we were looking for an actor who, like us, believe in new technology.
What is the response from customers you talked to?
"Just what I needed" is the most common response we get from customers. Many have never, or at least not in many years, been without employment. They simply do not know how to begin to look for a job. When we can offer Auranest to our customers, it helps them a lot. They get easily over a high threshold and become visible in many relevant resume databases.
If you would recommend Auranest, what would you say?
Besides that, it is convenient to register. I’m also impressed of how easy it is to adjust the cover letter while reading the ad for the job you are about to apply for.
How do you think the labour market will change over the next 5 years?
Digitalization and streamlining has meant that many jobs have been replaced by computers, hence the need for certain types of jobs has declined. The trend will certainly continue. At the same time requirement of support, at any time of day, in different channels, have increased. It will open up even more smart digital tools while the value of "real people" who can provide good service will be increasingly valuable.