Fifteen months on from the 2020 Best Insurance Employer survey Post revisits the topic asking what employees rate when it comes to choosing their employer and what value staff see in perks and benefits. In addition for 2021 we asked which firms looked…
Mike Bruce, group CEO at GRP, discusses the importance for brokers of dealing with office-based underwriters as the world of work evolves.
Research by Aviva has shown optimism among brokers about their trading prospects for the second half of the year as the UK reopens from Covid restrictions.
Total enquiries to the Employers' Liability Tracing Office fell in 2020 as more people worked from home, with noise-induced hearing loss continuing to top searches.
The floods and storms across the UK last month cost Allianz and LV £15m and £7m respectively, Allianz CEO Jon Dye told Post.
PIB Group CEO Brendan McManus shares his personal insight on the significance of 19 July ‘Freedom Day’ for life inside and outside of the workplace.
Clare Lebecq stepped down from her role as London Market Group CEO at the end of April to become group chief operating officer at Specialist Risk Group. Stephanie Denton spoke to her about why the role attracted her and how she still plans to be vocal on…
Michael Lawrence, distribution and underwriting director at LV Broker, looks at the lessons learned during the pandemic as brokers and insurers continued to serve customers and how firms will need to continue to test themselves and adapt in a hybrid…
The pandemic has accelerated the move to digital and remote engagement and forced many transactions online. Nick Wright, chief business development officer for Pen Underwriting, asks if insurance will ever return to good old fashioned face-to-face…
As the government's advice to work from home comes to an end, Michael Jenkins, head of legal advice at Arc Legal Assistance, explains what employees and employers can do.
After nine months in the role, James Gearey, managing director for personal lines and protection at Covéa, spoke to Post about partnering with Vitality, digital innovation and how technology is changing personal lines offerings.
After the insurance industry adapted quickly to operating remotely last year, it now faces the challenge of addressing new ways of working in the future, says Emma Higgins, chief human resources officer at QBE Europe.
In this video recorded as part of the Insurance Post Live Annual Conference 2021 an expert panel answer questions including:
As the government and health practitioners get to grips with the symptoms and effects of Long Covid, insurers have been urged to work with employers to raise awareness of early intervention and services available to claimants.
Boardrooms will need to remain adaptable as firms move to new working models in the wake of lockdown restrictions lifting, according to panellists at the Post LIVE annual conference.
Insurance Post TV: Why is ghost broking on the rise? Plus gig economy insurance and Chaucer CEO John Fowle
Today Insurance Post reveals the latest episode of its ‘magazine-style’ television show, which aims to get under the skin of some of the best read stories and articles that have appeared in print or online recently.
Aviva’s plan to cut company sick pay entitlement mid-pandemic is at best a head scratcher.
With May comes the market staple of the British Insurance Brokers’ Association conference, albeit in a slightly different virtual guise. Our thoughts therefore turn to the broking sector and what the impact of the last 12 months have been on it.
Exclusive: Aviva is set to halve company sick pay for staff who have been at the financial services firm for two years or more.
Chubb and Marsh unveil Covid-19 vaccination solution; insurtech investment hits quarterly high; motor/home premiums fall; and Aviva offers cover to new customers affected by cladding crisis
Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week not covered elsewhere on www.postonline.co.uk
The Association of British Insurers has launched a charter that will commit its 27 initial signatories to advertising a majority of roles as part-time or open to flexible working or job sharing within a year.
Brokers have been urged to expand their offerings with wellbeing and employee benefit propositions as demands from clients shift due to the Covid-19 crisis.
The longer the pandemic goes on the more profound and permanent the changes in the world of work are likely to be. The broking market has responded well, especially since it once prided itself on the importance of face-to-face deals. Post asks what this…
Bupa’s Sheldon Kenton on travelling less for business but for longer – a growing global healthcare need
Sheldon Kenton, CEO at Bupa Global, examines the challenges of adapting to the changing needs of a more global workforce with businesses having to consider offering more extensive global health cover for senior leaders.