With Valentine’s Day yesterday, the Post team started the week by bracing ourselves for an inevitable slew of romance-related press releases. We weren’t disappointed.
Those that work in insurance have long known it has reputation issues.
Having bemoaned the insurance sector's lack of 'pull' in recruiting outside its gene/talent pool, Jonathan Swift suggests Aviva might be about to prove him wrong.
I usually love the month of January. My birthday falls in this month as well as several other family birthdays and, while others are facing a dry January, I usually manage to have a good celebration.
Post revisited its popular Census research to find out how closely the sector reflects the society it serves. With so much focus on diversity, gender equality and inclusion, two new areas have been included in the census: sexual harassment and mental…
The Chartered Insurance Institute has revealed that its mean ethnicity pay gap is 1%, while its median ethnicity pay gap is -16%.
Post, in association with WNS, held a roundtable with London market leaders, to discuss whether Lloyd’s modernisation is gaining momentum, and what the state of play is for the technology drive
Diversity topped the agenda this week with Post exclusively revealing that the Association of British Insurers is backing an ethnicity pay gap reporting proposal.
Exclusive: Insurers have welcomed the Association of British Insurers’ backing of ethnicity pay gap reporting, but data collection may pose a challenge for firms if the government mandates it.
Exclusive: The Association of British Insurers has backed proposals to introduce ethnicity pay gap reporting.
To celebrate the 25 years of the British Insurance Awards. Post caught up with a host of winners of the Young Achiever of the Year Award
Clyde & Co has launched a communication-oriented training programme targeted at female lawyers as they strive to build a more gender-balanced brand.
With Brexit, increased scrutiny over reserves, climate change and emerging risks on the ‘watch’ list for 2019 The Prudential Regulation Authority certainly has a lot on its plate. Its executive director for insurance, David Rule spoke to Stephanie Denton…
In years gone by no one spoke about mental health issues but now, as well as being aware of the issues, employers have moral responsibility to address it according to Steve White, CEO of the British Insurance Brokers' Association.
CNA Hardy, Hastings, LV and NFU are among the 33 latest firms that have signed up to the Women in Finance Charter.
Having left Crawford in April 2017 after 15 years at the firm, Ian Muress resurfaced in January as CEO of Sedgwick International, a claims business he describes as the largest of its kind "on the planet". He spoke to Jonathan Swift about why people…
In a world where insurance processes are being automated, the industry needs to re-skill the next generation of workers, writes Brett Moffatt, managing director, Europe, Middle East and Africa, of Talent Intelligence.
In a volatile geopolitical landscape, Nicolas Aubert, head of GB, Willis Towers Watson and current president of the Insurance Institute of London, urges the market to take the opportunity to rethink its position and think globally.
As insurance is embracing digital technologies, the most crucial skill it will need is empathy, explains Stephen Walker, director of claims, customer and operations at Covéa Insurance.
Do you want to be counted? The Insurance Census is here and it's all about you!
Amanda Blanc once told me off, as a journalist, for relying on her and others to call out sexism. Well Amanda, here you go. I hope this helps.
Insurance has progressed on diversity but stigma persists around mental health, writes Ailsa King, chief client officer, Marsh UK & Ireland, calling on the industry to create supportive workplaces.
From the app that arranges insurance for a day to the online service that pays claims in less than one minute, digital technology has transformed the face of the insurance sector. Post takes a closer look at the insurtech movement and its partnership…
Lloyd’s has developed a programme it hopes will propel women in to more senior roles, chairman Bruce Carnegie-Brown told delegates at Dive In Festival.