Gradual progress is being made to close the gender pay gap, and a good place to start is with a willingness to acknowledge that the problem exists, as Sian Fisher, chief executive officer of the Chartered Insurance Institute, explains.
As 2019 comes to an end Tom Johansmeyer, head of PCS at Verisk, looks back at the year.
Almost three years ago, a group of insurance professionals got together to consider the challenges facing BAME individuals and those from outside the UK working in the insurance sector, as Ajay Mistry and Kishan Mangat, co-chairs of the Insurance Cultural Awareness Network, report.
With an inclusive workplace as well as a diverse and satisfied workforce as brand ambassadors, any organisation will become a magnet for the right talent, says Deepika Mathur, chief executive officer of Markel India.
With a crowd of women in every part of the re/insurance industry, any woman can find opportunities and resources right for her, says Catherine Isely, co-founder of US law firm Porter Wright’s Women in Reinsurance programme.
As an industry we are starting to think about how to make the workplace more inclusive and accessible, and there has been a lot of positive change, says Georgia d’Esterre, head of marketing at Holloway Friendly.
‘We’re not using a single brush across our clients, we want to work with our clients, looking at their particular circumstances.’
Industry leader and Insurance Supper Club founder Barbara Schönhofer explains why, after 40 years of the idea of equality, now is the time to grasp the nettle of change.
Diversity has been a hot topic for many years, but is there a business case for ensuring a greater variety of individuals hold senior positions in an organisation, and what is the best way of achieving this? Intelligent Insurer reports.
Insurance offers women a fantastic career, and there are plenty of ways to support others and be supported, say Peta White and Julia Chu of Markel Global Reinsurance.