Do you want to be counted? The Insurance Census is here and it's all about you!
Post’s fourth census of the insurance industry is now underway and we have the exciting - yet humongous - task of collecting data to find out how the industry is shaping up.
We are busy contacting companies directly but if you work in the HR department of a firm in the insurance sector please feel free to input your company data into our online corporate questionnaire.
We also want you, the individuals who make up these companies, to take part too.
How diverse do you think the insurance sector really is? How open is your workplace in terms of racial or gender equality? How is your company dealing with issues like mental health and harassment?
Now is your time to stand up and be counted. This is the first time Post is reaching out to the entire UK insurance market rather than just brokers and insurers because we believe it is really important for as many people to take part as possible.
Whatever area of the insurance market you work in, we want to hear what you have to say so please find below the link to the online census. There are only a few short questions and your responses will be invaluable. Deadline for participation is midnight on Friday 9 November 2018.
Click now to take part in the Insurance Census 2019!
Please take a few moments to join in what we hope will be the biggest survey of the whole insurance industry. All answers are anonymous and will be greatly appreciated.
With your help, let’s make this the biggest and most comprehensive census the industry has ever experienced.
Don’t forget to check in regularly to our website to find out how many companies and individuals have taken part so far.
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