Last week, a group of staff from ARAG took the train up to London for the UK Women in Insurance Summit at Canary Wharf. In this blog, ARAG’s Katie Furse, Bianca Allison and Lisa Abrahams share some takeaways from the event.
Love them or loathe them, the company Christmas bash is an institution that has survived wars, pandemics and that Crazy Frog version of Last Christmas. Besides the risks associated with bringing staff together, this blog highlights why bosses also need to consider the investment they’re making.
This article looks at how insurers can assist intermediaries with recruiting and training potential future leaders, and what the industry is doing to support smaller brokers that are looking to exit and need M&A guidance.
ARAG is thrilled to be supporting the upcoming UK Women in Insurance Summit that is being hosted in Canary Wharf, and looking forward to the fascinating line-up of speakers and panel discussions. Read this blog to find out more.
View from the top: Money and Mental Health Institute’s Conor D’Arcy on how to help customers with mental health problems
In this article, Conor D’Arcy, head of research and policy at the charity founded by Martin Lewis, explains what general insurers must do to make the industry accessible for customers with mental health problems.
HSB commissioned a survey of workers to understand the opportunities and challenges arising from modern working practices in relation to computer insurance. Designed for brokers, this report highlights the implications for UK businesses and the crucial role brokers can play in supporting clients.
Hybrid, home and flexible working has become the norm for many employees. For employers these new ways of working introduce a whole new set of risks. This article explores how the insurance industry is adapting employers’ liability insurance to reflect the risks associated with new ways of working.
As we move through the shorter winter days, many of us will find that it’s becoming harder to get outside. However, getting fresh air, is essential to our wellbeing and mental outlook. This article looks at how seasonal affective disorder can affect us and the benefits of spending time outdoors.
Our minds and bodies are not separate so it’s no surprise that mental ill health can impact your body and vice versa. This content highlights three ways how mental ill health can impact physical health, how physical activity can improve mental health and how to overcome barriers to exercise.
While today's generative AI is already powerful and maturing rapidly, it's important to remember we're still in the early stages of understanding and unlocking its full potential. In this article, Emanuele Colonnella, innovation lead, Generali highlights three factors insurers need to consider.