Work-related stress can have significant consequences for businesses, with loss of productivity, increased absences and the threat of employers’ liability claims among the dangers. This article highlights key liability considerations relating to workplace stress and strategies to reduce the risks.
How is the InsurTech revolution impacting the insurance industry’s workforce? This article outlines how the new wave of technological innovations are impacting the industry, what roles are vulnerable to automation, what skills are sought after in the digital insurance age and top tips for employees.
Seven takeaways from a discussion with London market technology experts on digital/cultural transformation
Insurance Post recently hosted a roundtable event in association with CSC where technologists discussed the importance of aligning digital transformation with digital change. Produced by Insurance Post’s content director Jonathan Swift, this blog post highlights seven takeaways from the discussion.
Produced by POST Webinars in association with the CII, this final webinar in the series will discuss the Hong Kong insurance industry’s culture and how to develop or attract new talent from other professions.
Accompanying part three of Post's state of the broker nation research sponsored by LV=, this infographic sheds light on brokers' views on professionalism, entry routes into the industry, attracting new talent and diversity.
Download Fujitsu’s digital workplace infographic to discover the opinions of insurance and banking employees when it comes to workplace technology and why it should no longer be seen as a cost centre.
In the third part of Post’s research sponsored by LV=, brokers share their views on career progression, diversity and succession planning within the industry. Brokers also discuss the value of apprenticeships and achieving chartered status.
The second part of the research asks what diversity means to Lloyd’s and the London Market and how can it attract young talent and people from outside the profession into insurance.
In the fourth and final section of this research project, Michèle Bacchus asks young insurer employees how they see the future of insurance and what they feel they can learn from the older generation.
In the third section of the research, Michèle Bacchus looks at how the young employees see the relationship the insurance industry has with the government and the general public.