Blog: Why social purpose matters when attracting and growing talent for insurance

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After 10 years in the sector Alex Guerin, head of office for London Corporate at Marsh, reflects on how individual performance is now less important and working with charities and volunteering can provide fulfilment.

My 10th year in insurance has coincided with other significant changes that have enabled reflection on both collective and individual purpose. Starting a family and taking on a first leadership role

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