Insurers have maintained their graduate programmes during the coronavirus pandemic, according to an investigation by Post, and adapted to the challenges of training and recruiting in a virtual world to keep this crucial entry route into the profession…
Post spoke to insurers, brokers and claims professionals to get their predictions for what 2021 will look like.
To widen the talent pool, loss adjusters must proactively look beyond the insurance industry. Scott Cameron, Sedgwick International UK commercial property operations director, and Joseph Noel, Sedgwick International UK director, head of specialty,…
Post spoke to loss adjusting and legal professionals to get their thoughts on the highs and lows of 2020
Briefing: Keeping the Admiral ‘freight train’ on track - what lies ahead for CEO Milena Mondini de Focatiis
In Milena Mondini de Focatiis Admiral has its first CEO who was not involved with the launch of the business in 1993.
Karyn Strickland, Covéa Insurance head of HR and reward, gives her take on the value of conversations about racial equality at work.
Direct Line Group has become a carbon neutral company and is targeting a net carbon neutral investment portfolio by 2050, the insurer detailed in a pair of documents released at the end of 2020.
AIG UK CEO Anthony Baldwin shares how he will focus on London’s role as a global centre for insurance and a hub for talent during his year as president of the Insurance Institute of London.
Video: Driving change in insurance and rebuilding trust in the market - both during and after the pandemic
Pre- or post Covid, insurance has been on the cusp of major change for a number of years.
Recent research has found that a large portion of insurance workers feel more must be done on diversity. Culture Shift CEO Gemma McCall breaks down the findings and considers the industry's next steps.
As the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters looks set to change its charter and by-laws to be more inclusive, its president Shaun Kelly talks to Jonathan Swift about why the value proposition of the loss adjuster and ethics are so important to him
Lloyd’s diversity survey found that 71% of black employees say they have faced barriers to recruitment and 80% believe they experience barriers to promotion once in the role.
Aon, Allianz, Aviva, Convex, Direct Line, Gallagher, LV, Marsh, Munich Re and Zurich dicuss the future of work
Last week Insurance Post ran its first Future of Insurance Work event which gathered over 40 insurance executives together to share their thoughts on what seems to unquestionably be the hot topic of 2020.
The coronavirus pandemic has upended how we go about our day to day lives, with organisations forced to rapidly change how they operate while facing new challenges. Against this backdrop, Post wants to find out how your trade bodies and professional…
The insurance industry needs to work collaboratively to promote the benefit of careers in insurance to boost the range of diverse talent and thinkers in organisations, according to Claire McDonald, UK and Ireland managing director at HDI Global.
As Post celebrates its 180th anniversary content director Jonathan Swift takes a look back at the highs and lows of loss adjusting through the 1980s and 1990s in the second of a two-part series.
The Association of British Insurers and 32 of its members have signed up to Race at Work Charter, as part of an industry-wide commitment to improve opportunities for Black, Asian and minority ethnic colleagues.
It is the year 2030. Following the success of 2019’s Blueprint One and 2025’s Blueprint Two [which also co-opted in the IUA and broader stakeholder representation], Lloyd’s and the wider London market is now ready for the highly anticipated third…
As part of a monthly series, Post looks into the future at how the insurance industry might change, focusing on a specific issue. In the latest instalment David Worsfold looks at transformation of Lloyd’s and the London market in the post Covid-19 era
Direct Line Group CEO Penny James spoke to Jen Frost about overseeing the business’s transformation programme under coronavirus, the group’s acquisitive appetite and having a healthy curiosity
This week will have seen many of us who had been ready to get back to the office reconsider, as guidelines across England shifted.
Insurers have been urged to review flexible working policies and consult with staff to capitalise on positive changes to working practices during Covid-19 disruption.
The momentum behind diversity and inclusion programmes changing society and the industry for the better continues to build but there remains much more to be done, according to experts at the industry’s Dive In festival.
Lloyd's could seek to take "the most dramatic of action" and ban firms that do not meet gender targets from trading, Lloyd's CEO John Neal has warned.