Claims Apprentice Podcast: Future of Work and its impact on the insurance industry

This week Insurance Post formally launches the 2020 season of Claims Apprentice in association with Kennedys.

For the first task both teams were challenged to create a Podcast based on a topical subject and this is one of them.

Team Empower – consisting of Nexus Underwriting junior aviation claims adjuster Isaac Fuente; Zurich claims investigator Kayleigh Lawson and Zurich continuous improvement consultant Taylor McTaggart – discuss the future of work and its impact on the insurance industry.

This involves canvassing the opinions of workers in London’s Square Mile and interviewing senior industry experts.

Enjoy and remember to recommend others to listen as the most popular podcast will ultimately be crowned the winner.

The first episode of the 2020 season of Claims Apprentice should be available to watch soon.

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