For companies looking to retain their competitive edge, if they aren’t already taking the business case for D&I seriously it is about time they caught on, Paul Little, chief operating officer at re/insurance broker Protecdiv tells Intelligent Insurer.
It’s Martin Luther King Junior day in the US when Paul Little, chief operating officer at re/insurance broker Protecdiv speaks to Intelligent Insurer. The day, which fell on January 18 in 2021, is officially a holiday across the US, but Little says he’s happy to talk even though it’s the only work-related thing he plans to do that day.
As the conversation unfolds it becomes clear that diversity and inclusion (D&I), celebrated in part by remembering the renowned civil rights campaigner, is close to his heart.
For Little, D&I in business means a workforce and workplace that has team members of varying ages, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientation, abilities, education and background.
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